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First Edition: April 17, 2014

First Edition: April 17, 2014

Researchers reveal why Peel has one of highest rates of diabetes in Ontario

Researchers reveal why Peel has one of highest rates of diabetes in Ontario

Researchers develop novel assay to identify genes controlling pharynx regeneration in flatworms

Researchers develop novel assay to identify genes controlling pharynx regeneration in flatworms

Research: Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of diabetes

Research: Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of diabetes

Aetna honored with 2014 Innovation in Reducing Health Care Disparities Award

Aetna honored with 2014 Innovation in Reducing Health Care Disparities Award

NICE guidance influences medical policy towards diabetes prevention nationwide

NICE guidance influences medical policy towards diabetes prevention nationwide

Tissue repair drug can improve healing rates in people with diabetic foot ulcer

Tissue repair drug can improve healing rates in people with diabetic foot ulcer

New prosthetic devices allow people to function more effectively in daily activities

New prosthetic devices allow people to function more effectively in daily activities

Findings explain molecular mechanisms underlying microvascular disease in diabetes patients

Findings explain molecular mechanisms underlying microvascular disease in diabetes patients

Organ and tissue donation saves lives

Organ and tissue donation saves lives

Researchers use stem cells to study bone disorders from patients afflicted with genetic bone disease

Researchers use stem cells to study bone disorders from patients afflicted with genetic bone disease

Surgeons develop iPad app to capture trauma patient data in low medical resource environment

Surgeons develop iPad app to capture trauma patient data in low medical resource environment

Decreasing levels of reactive oxygen species can break cycle of unhealing wounds

Decreasing levels of reactive oxygen species can break cycle of unhealing wounds

‘Flesh-eating’ disease treatments: an interview with Dr. John Crew, Seton Medical Center

‘Flesh-eating’ disease treatments: an interview with Dr. John Crew, Seton Medical Center

Study highlights disparities in access to diabetes treatment in European countries

Study highlights disparities in access to diabetes treatment in European countries

Occupational therapist receives $1M grant to develop virtual world programs that help amputees improve skills

Occupational therapist receives $1M grant to develop virtual world programs that help amputees improve skills

Weight loss surgery: The most effective weapon for obese people in the battle against diabetes

Weight loss surgery: The most effective weapon for obese people in the battle against diabetes

ACOEM urges employers to respond to the impact of diabetes on worker health and productivity

ACOEM urges employers to respond to the impact of diabetes on worker health and productivity

Salk scientist receives Career Development Award for new research from JDRF

Salk scientist receives Career Development Award for new research from JDRF

Incidence of septicemia increasing among service members, study finds

Incidence of septicemia increasing among service members, study finds