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The First in Grey House's NEW Health in America Series!

"This is a unique resource of disease-specific population data that will be well used by public health, nursing, and medical students, as well as local, regional, and national minority/community health/political activists."
-Choice

"This is a useful resource for those involved in epidemiology and health-care policy research."
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"An important and accessable reference about a health issue of national concern."
-Library Journal

"This is an important data tool to be used in reducing the burden of diabtetes in the U.S."
-Doody Enterprises

Diabetes in America:
An Analysis of an Epidemic


Pub. Date: April 2013
Softcover: 1,300 pages
ISBN: 978-1-61925-172-4
Price: $350.00
EBook ISBN: 978-1-61925-173-1 EBook Vendors


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The First in Grey House's new Health in America series, Diabetes in America: Analysis of an Epidemic charts the geographic and demographic prevalence of people with Diabetes nationwide, by state and by district. This important title provides the reader with statistical comparisons of incidence, prevalence, costs and other relevant analysis of Diabetes across the US - at the nation, state and district level.

Diabetes in America: Analysis of an Epidemic:

Diabetes in America: Analysis of an Epidemic combines charts, reports, 4-color maps, rankings and comparative information on the prevalence of Diabetes across the country. This new series will be an important acquisition for public and academic libraries, government agencies and healthcare reference collections.

Pub. Date: April 2013
Softcover: 1,300 pages
ISBN: 978-1-61925-172-4
Price: $350.00
EBook ISBN: 978-1-61925-173-1 EBook Vendors

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