Data from: Lifestyle and socio-economic inequalities in diabetes prevalence in South Africa: a decomposition analysis

Chipo Mutyambizi, Frederik Booysen, Andrew Stokes, Milena Pavlova & Wim Groot
Background: Inequalities in diabetes are widespread and are exacerbated by differences in lifestyle. Many studies that have estimated inequalities in diabetes make use of self-reported diabetes which is often biased by differences in access to health care and diabetes awareness. This study adds to this literature by making use of a more objective standardised measure of diabetes in South Africa. The study estimates socio-economic inequalities in undiagnosed diabetes, diagnosed diabetes (self-reported), as well as total...
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