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Diabetes UK – Positive experience of Diabetes & Education

Diabetes UK - Positi・・・

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Interview with a parent of a child with Type 1 diabetes. talking about their experiences with diabetes and the UK educational system.

Diabetes UK – A Mother’s response to Baroness Morgan’s input!

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After a day rubbing shoulders with MPs one mother had this to say about Baroness Morgan's response to the day.

EASD Virtual Meeting

EASD Virtual Meeting

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Available on Android, iOS and PC and Mac. This free resource offers access to e-posters, webcasts, programme and programme planner and interactive community.

Genetics in Motion Putting T Cells in Their Place

Genetics in Motion P・・・

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The mysterious onset of type 1 diabetes may have to do with what’s in your genes. Studies of twins show that if one twin has type 1 diabetes, the other has a 50 to 80 percent likelihood to also get the disease. 

In the past 5 years, new technology that screens the whole genetic code allowed researchers to uncover at least 50 diabetes-associated genes. Interestingly, many of those genes also relate to other autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis or celiac disease.

Stephan Kissler, Ph.D., Assistant Investigator in the Section on Immunobiology at Joslin Diabetes Center, studies those genes associated with multiple diseases using some of the newest lab techniques available.

The NHLBI Legacy in Hypertension Research

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Mark Creager, MD, president of the American Heart Association, interviews Gary Gibbons, director, NHLBI/NIH, about his keynote lecture, "Building on the NHLBI Legacy of Hypertension Research: Charting Our Future Together," which he presented at Hypertension 2015 in Washington, DC. The address focused on recent advances like the SPRINT trial and other opportunities for collaboration between the NHLBI and the AHA both past and present.

医TV②「チーム医療:薬剤師のチカラ」(済生会熊本病院)

医TV②「チーム医療:薬剤師のチカラ」(・・・

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がん薬物療法の実施にあたり、薬剤師がチームの中でどのような役割を果たしているのか­、日々どのような事を考え患者さんに向合っているのか、そして医師・看護師から見たチ­ームの中における薬剤師の役割は何なのか?を紹介した番組です。 提供:中外製薬株式会社(http://www.chugai-pharm.co.jp/

Journey Through the Endocrine System – Interactive Tool

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ENDO TV was pleased to learn about this incredible new interactive tool from the Hormone Health Network, “Journey Through the Endocrine System". It’s an interactive, fly-through animation of the glands and organs of the endocrine system that will serve as a powerful tool for both clinicians and patients alike. It will officially launch the Summer of 2015. Watch to learn more...

Sherbrooke University – CHUS

Sherbrooke Universit・・・

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CHUS and Sherbrooke University aim to developing multidisciplinary research on cardiometabolic health, diabetes, obesity, cardiac and vascular diseases; at transferring knowledge; and at making good use of this knowledge to promote the quality of life of Quebec residents.

Sexual Dysfunction and Diabetes | Primary Care Network | Diabetes UK

Sexual Dysfunction a・・・

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The Diabetes UK Primary Care Network is a leading source of diabetes news, expert insight and knowledge for primary healthcare professionals. Watch our members share their views on how they tackle difficult conversations around sexual dysfunction with patients who have Type 2 diabetes.

75th Scientific Sessions Can Not Having Enough to Eat Lead to Poor Diabetes Management

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Can not having enough to eat lead to poor diabetes management? It may sound counterintuitive, but researchers think the answer to that is “yes.” Rhonda Anderson reports from Boston.

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San Diego Biomedical Research Institute

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The goals of the San Diego Biomedical Research Institute (SDBRI) are to: Identify individuals who are at risk of either developing a disease or progressing to a new disease stage so that they can be selected for therapy. Identify which at risk individuals will be responsive to specific therapies and which will not. And to determine why some at risk individuals are not good candidates for specific therapies and develop interventions that increase sensitivity to treatment.The SDBRI have recently identified a combination of markers in the blood of children newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes that will predict whether the patient will require a low or a high dose of insulin to maintain normal blood glucose levels. The work is published in the journal Clinical Immunology. The clinical relevance is that patients who have a blood glucose that is easier to control might be more responsive to immunotherapy to reverse disease.One of their new programs is focused on identifying molecules in the blood that are responsible for making patients who are obese more susceptible to cancer.

Brinkhous Award Finalist–Cristina Puy

Brinkhous Award Fina・・・

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Joseph Italiano, PhD, interviews Cristina Puy, one of the ATVB/PVD 2015 finalists for the Kenneth M. Brinkhous Young Investigator Prize in Thrombosis Competition, about her study, "Platelet Polyphosphate Accelerates the Inhibition of Tissue Factor Pathway Inhibitor by Factor XIa."