Table 4—

Sensitivity analyses: projections (in thousands) of the total number of people with diagnosed diabetes using constant or increasing prevalence rates combined with low, middle, or high Bureau of Census U.S. population projections*

YearConstant 1998 prevalence rates
Increasing prevalence rates
LowMiddleHighLowMiddleHigh
200010,864 (3.95)10,864 (3.95)10,864 (3.95)10,982 (3.99)10,982 (3.99)10,982 (3.99)
200511,806 (4.16)11,899 (4.14)12,014 (4.11)12,377 (4.36)12,476 (4.34)12,599 (4.31)
201012,788 (4.39)13,014 (4.34)13,303 (4.28)13,894 (4.77)14,144 (4.72)14,464 (4.65)
202515,342 (4.98)16,266 (4.82)17,542 (4.61)18,768 (6.09)19,913 (5.89)21,501 (5.65)
205017,048 (5.44)20,047 (4.97)25,017 (4.53)24,661 (7.87)29,115 (7.21)36,480 (6.60)
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    * Numbers in parentheses are the total number of people with diagnosed diabetes expressed as a percentage of the total projected population, i.e., total population prevalence of diagnosed diabetes.