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November 21-23, 2019
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As we now understand that there is a strong correlation between cardiovascular complications and diabetes, we have expanded our mission to include cardiovascular and renal disease. To that end, we have created a specialized subgroup within Worldwide Diabetes, named “Worldwide CardioDiabetes.” Led by a world-renowned Board of Directors, our first initiative was an international congress in partnership with the Sociedad Mexicana de Nutrición y Endocrinología, September 27-28, 2019, in Guadalajara, Mexico. The two-day course included 20 international and national speakers and was attended by 250 health care professionals. A 2020 international congress is currently being planned.
Click here to visit the Worldwide CardioDiabetes webpage, where you can learn more information about its mission, Board of Directors, and important resources.
In this month’s column, Dr. Pei Lin Chan takes a close look at a recent study that sheds light on the prevention of type 1 diabetes, the first to show that immune modulation with teplizumab can delay its clinical onset. Take a moment to read her column and check back here monthly for her future editorial contributions.
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La Universidad de Miami y Worldwide Diabetes le invitan a participar en el curso anual Davidson-Mestman, diseñado para profesionales de la salud, cuyo objetivo principal es presentar los últimos avances en el diagnóstico y tratamiendo de diabetes y enfermedades endocrinas y metabólicas.
Para inscribirse en el XXI Davidson-Mestman Curso Intensivo, y reservar su hotel con una tarifa especial, por favor de click en el botón Inscríbase aquí.
This interactive video program will inform you on new treatment options for type 2 diabetes that promote long-term glycemic control with lower hypoglycemia risk as well as low risk for cardiovascular events. It features prominent experts in the field of diabetes and cardiology.
Applications are now open for the 2020 Worldwide Diabetes Fellow Scholarship. This will allow a physician 35 years of age or younger with limited resources to attend next year’s 80th Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes Association in Chicago, Illinois and become an editorial contributor to the Worldwide Diabetes website.
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