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Diabetes Professional Care show

Diabetes_Professional_Care_logoThe new Diabetes Professional Care show launches on 11 November for healthcare professionals. The line up reflects the changing nature of diabetes healthcare with iHealth showcasing how advances in technology and the use of apps can help patients manage their own care and share health stats with their GPs in real time. A free-to-attend two day conference and exhibition aims to bring together diabetes professionals from around the world, the event is designed by healthcare professionals for healthcare professionals, providing visitors with all the latest information to empower patients to manage their own care pathways. It has attracted exhibitors from right across the diabetes supply chain including Abbott Diabetes, MedicAlert, iHealth, Docobo, Flexitol, V-Connect and Gendius. Clinical Professionals, an organisation dedicated to clinical drug research, will be using the show to highlight its innovative Graduate Training Academy in Life Sciences. It will discuss how highly skilled graduates can bring a cost-effective solution to the escalating costs of research, bringing individuals newly diagnosed with diabetes the comfort of knowing that continued research is affordable.

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