New Report Finds Household Income Influences Chronic Disease Control in Kids in Canada


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A new report from the researchers at the University of Montreal have discovered that glycated hemoglobin levels of kids with type 1 diabetes is associated with household income.

Despite free access to health care, Dr. Johnny DeladoŽy who led the study, found a significant disparity between high- and low-income families in a crucial health outcome for kids with type 1 diabetes.


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