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Harnessing Novel Techniques to Beat Dreadful Diabetes
Date:8/6/2014

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 06, 2014

Diabetes is a global health concern, around 382 million world population is affected by it. It is one of the fastest growing health hazard that is posing great economic and medical challenges to the people across the globe. Apart from creating awareness about the causes and consequences of this disease, it is mandatory to popularize the novel therapeutic techniques to extract the best out of the recent healthcare system. Realizing the gravity of the issue, Diabetes -2014 aims to share and promote the exchange of the latest clinical practices and cutting edge research in diabetes & metabolism.

The 5th World Congress on Diabetes & Metabolism will certainly attract huge gathering with the keynote addresses of renowned scholar emeritus like Dr. John Philip, Tarburton National University, USA; Dr. Dharambir Sanghera, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, USA and Dr. Jane McEneny, Queen’s University, UK.

Several other prominent speakers from across the globe like Anil K Mandal, University of Florida, USA; Mark R Rigby, Indiana University, USA; John S.D. Chan, University de Montreal, Canada; Nicolai Doliba, University of Pennsylvania, USA; Mark Gorrell, Centenary Institute of Cancer Medicine & Cell Biology, Australia; Fang Xu Jiang, University of Western Australia, Australia ; Subrata Chakrabarti, Western University, Canada; Ludvigsson Johnny, Linkoping University, Sweden; Lubov Kolesnikova, Russian Federation, Russia; Vineeta Sharma, Adeno Biosciences, USA; Gundu Rao, University of Minnesota, USA; Premanidhi Panda, Dr. Panda, Diabetes Institute, India will also be a part of this International Medical Conference.

Important topics that will be discussed at Diabetese-2014 are;
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