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The latest clinical and political news for Australian diabetes educators
Biggest ever attendance expected at Australian Diabetes Society conference
Children with newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes are being put on a wide variety of different insulin regimens...
Large number of revisions seems to be the problem.
Benefits for CVD and renal disease, but there is a downside.
Decide whether to monitor on a case-by-case basis, doctors urged
Patients are treated by teams in the community
Diabetes Australia CEO Associate Professor Greg Johnson explains the continuous glucose monitoring ...
Up to a quarter of one surgeon's patients used super
The risk is linked to the duration of diabetes
Only a handful of authorised doctors and diabetes educators are permitted to complete eligibility forms
Long-term results suggest the surgery should be offered more widely, an endocrinologist says.
Victorian researchers says it'll help boost insulin initiation rates.
It's not as simple as the headlines might portray.
Doctors should take note, researchers say.
Taking a statin increased the odds of developing diabetes by 33% in a study of more than 8000 women aged over 70....
It's time to consider your patients' cardiovascular health when prescribing for diabetes.
A history of major depression predicts reduced glycaemic control among patients with type 2 diabetes, Australian...
Dr John Dowden dissects a recent study..
Conversion rates stay high even when gestational weight gain is minimised
It could be a useful adjunct to conventional treatment
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