European Association for the Study of Diabetes 49th Annual Meeting

December 2013
Diabetes Digest;2013, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p198
Information about the 49th Annual Meeting of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes held in Barcelona, Spain from September 24-27, 2013 is presented. Topics include a study on glycaemic control of men and women with type 1 diabetes, Phase III clinical trial of dulagtutide and efficacy of Tresiba for people with itype 2 diabetes. The meeting featured several notable people including Professor Sarah Wild, Professor Chantal Mathieu and Professor Helen Colhoun.


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