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Conference on Clinical Diabetes, Diabetic Medication and Treatment

Drug Diabetes 2018

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Diabetologists Endocrinologists Doctors Researchers Physicians Business Professionals Academic Professionals Students Scientists Medical and Pharmaceutical Companies Medical Colleges and Hospitals


Drug Diabetes 2018 highlights the theme Diabetic Medication and Advancement of Therapies in Diabetes Treatment which reflects the innovative inventions in diabetic medication and the new technologies to eradicate diabetes. Diabetes research and treatment helps the investigator to understand the problem in an effective manner and the real-time implementation of the new advanced technologies. Diabetes is a disease where the produced insulin is not working properly or the production of insulin is less. Endocrinology deals with the glands and the hormone which bring change in the body. Different glands like pituitary, thyroid, adrenals, ovaries, testicles, and pancreas come under it. Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic condition in which the pancreas produces little insulin or the cell resist the activity of insulin to maintain a normal blood sugar level. The common symptoms of the diabetic patient include a rapid increase of thirst and hunger followed by frequent urination, over and underweight, fatigue, blurred vision, slowly healed wounds, skin infection etc. Common diseases like coronary heart disease, Eye damage, Nerve damage can be associated with Diabetes Mellitus.


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Charles Dawson

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