Learn about scientific advances that lead to a better understanding of diseases and therapies. Interviews with scientists and clinicians will provide you with cutting-edge information, coming directly from the source. Explore topics ranging from drug discovery and new FDA regulations to novel approaches to metabolic diseases (e.g., diabetes and heart disease).
8. Treating T2DM through the Small Intestine
Dr. Harith Rajagopalan describes his company’s innovative procedure, Revita™ Duodenal Mucosal Resurfacing™ (DMR), and its beneficial effects on T2DM and weight.
7. Life with a Bionic Pancreas: A Clinical Trial Subject’s Perspective
Kelly Close, a patient with type 1 diabetes, shares her personal experience as a subject in a revolutionary bionic pancreas trial.
Visit our webinar webpage to view a presentation by one of the Principal Investigators of the Bionic Pancreas Project, Dr. Steven Russell.
6. Two Novel Devices for Diabetes
Find out about a unique handheld device that checks for peripheral neuropathy and the world’s smallest, portable glucose meter.
5. Taking a Closer Look at Glucagon
Dr. Jens Holst discusses the hormone glucagon, including how it is affected by GLP-1 and various physiological conditions and diseases, as well as important measurement considerations.
4. Bariatric Surgery vs Intensive Medical Mgmt for the Treatment of T2DM
Dr. Allison Goldfine discusses the first round of results from the exciting SLIMM-T2D study and their plan for the lapband portion of the clinical trial.
3. C-peptide as a Therapy for Patients with T1DM
Dr. John Wahren provides intriguing insight into the use of a protein that was once thought to have no biological activity, as a way to treat diabetic complications.
2. Lowering OxLDL with a Novel Fiber
Dr. Joseph Evans shares results from a recent clinical trial showing a reduction in a key mediator of atherosclerosis after supplementation with a novel dietary fiber.
1. Targeting Diabetes with an Old TB Vaccine
Dr. Denise Faustman discusses her serendipitous and revolutionary finding about the progression of diabetes while conducting novel trials on the use of an old TB vaccine.
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