Are Men with Diabetes More Prone to Get Heart Disease?

Generally, men with diabetes tend to get heart disease and death.

On average, 50-year-old men with diabetes:

Have a life expectancy of 21.3 years.

Develop heart disease in 14.2 years.

Live with heart disease for 7.1 years.

On average, 50-year-old women with diabetes:

Have a life expectancy of 26.5 years.

Develop heart disease in 19.6 years.

Live with heart disease for 6.8 years.

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