Revolutionising Diabetes Care: Celebrating 100 years of insulin Recording
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In 1921, researchers from the University of Toronto discovered insulin, the first lifesaving treatment for diabetes. The recordings from this conference mark the 100-year anniversary of this revolutionary discovery and give an opportunity to reflect on its history, welcoming a range of clinical specialists to explore both its current and future uses.
Professor Bernard Zinman gives our Keynote Lecture. Professer Zinman is a Research Scientist at Mount Sinai Hospital and Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto, and explores the past 100 years of clinical research on insulin.
Featuring a mix of world-renowned speakers, panel sessions and patient perspectives, this event offers an engaging and informative programme, with topics including:
- The History of Insulin
- Clinical Aspects of Insulin Therapy
- Insulin in the Future
- Clinical Research in Insulin