Australian Bureau of Statistics
4724.0.55.001 - Diabetes in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population, 2004-05
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 31/03/2009
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COMPARING WITH NON-INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS
Diabetes (or HSL) rates by Indigenous status, 2004-05
Indigenous people living in remote areas of Australia were more than eight times more likely to report having diabetes or HSL than non-Indigenous people.
In remote areas, Indigenous females were fourteen times as likely to have diabetes or HSL as non-Indigenous females. Indigenous males were nearly six times as likely to have diabetes or HSL as non-Indigenous males living in remote areas.
In comparison, Indigenous people living in non-remote areas were three times as likely to report having diabetes or HSL as non-Indigenous people.
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This page last updated 30 March 2009