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Un pancréas bio-artificiel serait-il la solution?

Un pancréas bio-artificiel serait-il la solution? | Diabetes | Scoop.it
Le pancréas bio-artificiel, mis au point par des chercheurs strasbourgeois, fera l'objet d'ici début 2016 de premiers tests chez l'homme.
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Les yeux de vos proches sont-ils à risque? - Arrondissements.com

Les yeux de vos proches sont-ils à risque? - Arrondissements.com | Diabetes | Scoop.it
Les yeux de vos proches sont-ils à risque?
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How Much Do You Know Diabetes?

How Much Do You Know Diabetes? | Diabetes | Scoop.it
Diabetes affects more than 25 million people nationwide, but how much do you really know about it? Take this quiz to find out! (Type 2 diabetes often does not have any symptoms. What else do you not know about diabetes?
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Improvements for screening diabetic retinopathy needed for minority populations | Endocrinology

Improvements for screening diabetic retinopathy needed for minority populations | Endocrinology | Diabetes | Scoop.it
Endocrinology | Differences in eye exams, including screening and monitoring for diabetic retinopathy in patients with diabetes, have persisted during the past 10 years among racial and ethnic groups, according to research published in Diabetes Care. Researchers call for the need for national programs to improve eye care among minority populations with diabetes.
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Nouvelle piste pour traiter la rétinopathie diabétique | InfoClip

Nouvelle piste pour traiter la rétinopathie diabétique | InfoClip | Diabetes | Scoop.it
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Type 2 Diabetes: 1 out of 3 people born after 2000 will develop

Type 2 Diabetes: 1 out of 3 people born after 2000 will develop | Diabetes | Scoop.it
More than 26 million people in U.S. have Type Two Diabetes, experts say just as many could have the disease and not know it. Our Katie Gibas has more.
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When you have diabetes, the blindness is usally not far away

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Latest from Google X department: A smart contact lens | ZDNet

Latest from Google X department: A smart contact lens | ZDNet | Diabetes | Scoop.it
But don't confuse Google's latest brainchild as a smaller version of Glass.
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La rétinopathie diabétique, la complication n°1 des diabétiques - Cflou.net

La rétinopathie diabétique, la complication n°1 des diabétiques - Cflou.net | Diabetes | Scoop.it
La rétinopathie diabétique se développe de façon totalement invisible chez les diabétiques. C’est l’une des premières causes de cécité et de malvoyance.
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Le dépistage est la meilleure façon d'éviter les complications

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Leukemia Drugs Could Help Treat Eye Diseases - Drug Discovery & Development

Leukemia Drugs Could Help Treat Eye Diseases - Drug Discovery & Development | Diabetes | Scoop.it
Drug Discovery & Development Leukemia Drugs Could Help Treat Eye Diseases Drug Discovery & Development The study, published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine, raises the possibility that medication prescribed for leukemia could also be used...
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Canadian Diabetes Association unveils Diabetes Charter for Canada

Canadian Diabetes Association unveils Diabetes Charter for Canada | Diabetes | Scoop.it
The Canadian Diabetes Association has unveiled a Diabetes Charter for Canada, laying out what it believes are the rights and responsibilities of patients, governments, health care providers and schools.
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Diabetes no longer the main cause of blindness

Diabetes no longer the main cause of blindness | Diabetes | Scoop.it
New research has revealed that diabetes-related eye disease is no longer the leading cause of blindness in working age adults. The data comes from a study published in BMJ Open which examined the causes of blindness in people aged 16 to 64 in England and Wales. Experts at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London looked at the number of people registered as blind in the year 1999/2000 and compared it with data from the 2009/10.
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Dépistage de la rétinopathie diabétique: création des actes de télémédecine permettant le remboursement

Dépistage de la rétinopathie diabétique: création des actes de télémédecine permettant le remboursement | Diabetes | Scoop.it
Premier site français d’information en continu sur les technologies de l’information et de la communication (TIC, NTIC) dans la santé - TIC santé
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Data Visualisations | International Diabetes Federation

Data Visualisations | International Diabetes Federation | Diabetes | Scoop.it
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New avenue to treat diabetes-related vision problems

New avenue to treat diabetes-related vision problems | Diabetes | Scoop.it
Dopamine-restoring drugs already used to treat Parkinson's disease may also be beneficial for the treatment of diabetic retinopathy, a leading cause of blindness in adults.
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Diabetes Telehealth in the 21st Century: Log In to the Future of Medicine

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Diabetes: a health literacy opportunity

Diabetes: a health literacy opportunity | Diabetes | Scoop.it
Its not unusual to have a patient in the ED, on the ward, or in outpatient treatment areas, who have symptoms or sequellae of type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM).  They come to us now either totally unaware or not understanding of their diagnosis or else...
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