Epidemic proportions nationwide - Baltimore African-American Diabetes Epidemic taken at Leadership Summit in attack and the incidence among African Americans is almost double that of white Americans. African-Americans are seven times more likely to have a limb amputated and develop kidney failure as a result of the disease. The picture in Maryland is equally alarming - 9.5 % of African-Americans suffering from diabetes, as six % of whites against. In response convened some 60 prominent members of the African-American communities and help in healthcare Baltimore today on the 'African-American Leadership Summit: The Diabetes Epidemic 'to the problem, to discuss its impact on Baltimore, and possible solutions..
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