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Largest Global Survey Investigating Early Type 2 Diabetes Conversations Launched by Boehringer Ingelheim and Eli Lilly and Company in Partnership with the International Diabetes Federation
Date:12/2/2013

resident at the International Diabetes Federation. "This new survey will look to provide valuable insights into these important early conversations and will help aid the development of resources for physicians and people with type 2 diabetes. Together these will help deliver valuable support early on in the treatment pathway."

The global survey will provide a snapshot of the current perceptions of both physicians and people living with type 2 diabetes about these important early conversations and will highlight challenges and potential areas for improvement. Resources based on the insights provided will be developed by the Boehringer Ingelheim and Lilly Diabetes alliance and will aim to support primary care physicians and people living with type 2 diabetes so they remain informed, motivated and confident in their efforts to actively manage their condition. Developing resources to help people with type 2 diabetes is becoming increasingly important, as the IDF estimates more than 592 million people worldwide will have diabetes by 2035.3 Initial survey findings are expected to be announced in 2014. 

"The effective management of type 2 diabetes may involve changing a person's way of life, which requires a strong commitment by the patient," said Christophe Arbet-Engels, MD, PhD, vice president, metabolic clinical development and medical affairs, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. "We are pleased to be partnering with the International Diabetes Federation on a large survey which will help us better understand this initial dialogue. This knowledge can help us develop tools that may foster a better relationship between patients and their healthcare providers."

About the Survey
The survey is concentrated on the needs and realities of primary care. It utilizes a combination of both validated tools and new research approaches to investigate the early conversations in type 2 diabetes. It is expected
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