Retinopathy develops at similar glucose levels but higher HbA1c levels in people with black African ancestry compared to white European ancestry: evidence for the need to individualize HbA1c interpretation

L. R. Staimez, M. K. Rhee, Y. Deng, S. E. Safo, S. M. Butler, B. T. Legvold, S. L. Jackson, C. N. Ford, P. W.F. Wilson, Q. Long, L. S. Phillips

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