Preventable chronic diseases are increasing rapidly in Native American populations,

Preventable chronic diseases are increasing rapidly in Native American populations, particularly diabetes. F. Gilliland et al. examined the diabetes issue in the paper "Preventative Health Care among Rural American Indians in New Mexico" (Preventative Medicine, Vol. 28, pp. 194-202). Following is a contingency table showing crossclassification of educational attainment and diabetic state for a sample of 1273 Native Americans (HS is high school).
Preventable chronic diseases are increasing rapidly in Native American populations,

At the 1% significance level, do the data provide sufficient evidence to conclude that an association exists between educational level and diabetic state for Native Americans?

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