A two-year study found that 64% of eligible children who were at risk for developing retinopathy, an eye condition caused by type 1 diabetes, received an eye exam. Researchers found 54% of blacks were screened, compared with 66% of whites. The findings were published in the journal Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice.
Eye exams are less common in black children with diabetes
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