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Do glycemic marker levels vary by race? Differing results from a cross-sectional analysis of individuals with and without diagnosed diabetes
It is well known that A1c varies by race. However, racial differences in other biomarkers of hyperglycemia are less well characterized.
The objective of this study was to determine whether average levels of glycemic markers differ by race in adults with and
without diagnosed diabetes, before and after accounting for postchallenge glucose.
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