8% as T2, so the vast majority without. But since I've spent more like 70% of my life surrounded by close family members who have T2 it's been present much longer than my diagnosis would tell.
Hmmm, that does put an interesting spin on it. Surrounded by the epidemic and finally succumbed.
33% for me.
About 3% for me. Diagnosed 10/1/11.
Like my diabetes twin Zoe - around 9%. Diagnosed at 57 and am now 63.
70% of my life living with D and looking to keep adding (years that is), I was 16.
72.5% I'm 51 and was diagnosed with T1 at age 14
89% here. 38, diagnosed at 4.
30% I was formally diagnosed at age 45, although I know it was there a bit earlier, and I'm turning 65 in March. Medicare age! :-)
Diagnosed in 2009 (January actually)
84%. Diagnosed at age 4 and I'll soon be 22. So I'm going on 18 yrs. of living with D.