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Not to be missed @ ESOT 2015, on Sunday, 13 September

EPITA Specialty Update Symposium:
Challenges in Pancreas and Islet Transplantation

Type 1 diabetes can be a devastating disease in subgroups of patients. Both in terms of unstable glycemic control with hypoglycemia unawareness and frequent hypoglycemic events, as in the development of long-term diabetes-related complications.

How to treat these patients? The EPITA specialty update symposium will address treatment options is this subgroup. Is pancreas transplantation the gold standard?

What are the developments in islet transplantation? Or are the advances in insulin pump and 24-hour glucose sensor technology such that we do not need either transplant option anymore? Much food for thought. You are most welcome to listen and take part in the discussions at this interesting symposium.
  Stephen Bartlett Paul Johnson   Pratik Choudhary  

  Sunday, September 13, 2015 09.00 – 12.50
Session 1: Unstable diabetes and treatment options
09.00 Pancreas transplantation?
Stephen Bartlett, Baltimore, United States
09.30 Islet transplantation?
Paul Johnson, Oxford, United Kingdom
10.00 We do not need either – we have insulin and technology
Pratik Choudhary, London, United Kingdom
10.30 Q&A  
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