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Upcoming medical conferences and Events

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Australians may be missing out on new diabetes treatments

Disciplines: Diabetes
Location: Florey lecture theatre, Medical School North building, University of Adelaide
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A free public lecture being held at the University of Adelaide will present the latest research findings into new treatments for type 2 diabetes, which have major implications for effective management. A leading international researcher is concerned that Australians may not be reaping the benefits of these potentially life-altering treatments. Professor Michael Nauck is a world […]

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UC Davis Pediatric Heart Center sponsors Concepts in Congenital Cardiac Care symposium

Disciplines: Congenital Cardiac Care
Location: Shriners Hospitals for Children in Northern California, 2425 Stockton Blvd. in Sacramento
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Medical experts, researchers address innovations and updates in pediatric heart disease (SACRAMENTO, Calif.) — The UC Davis Pediatric Heart Center will host its first Concepts in Congenital Cardiac Care symposium, a  conference which will bring together medical experts and researchers, pediatric cardiothoracic surgeons, radiologists, sonographers and pediatric cardiac nurses to discuss the changing landscape of […]

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Personalised medicines – focus on patients and healthcare professionals

Disciplines: Pharmaceuticals
Location: London
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EMA workshop will discuss role of patients, consumers and healthcare professionals How has the concept of personalised medicine evolved globally and in the European Union and what are its regulatory challenges and opportunities? These are some of the issues the European Medicines Agency (EMA) will be discussing with its Patients’ and Consumers’ Organisations Working Party […]

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