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Presentation

The Severe Burden of Diabetes on America's Seniors

Author: Dr. William Rowley

Date: May 1st, 2010

In an Alliance for Aging Research and American Diabetes Association joint briefing, Dr. William Rowley from The Institute for Alternative Futures presented on the economic burden of diabetes and the need for continued research into prevention, management and treatment options. His slides are available here.

Related Topics: Silver Book / Diabetes



Presentation

Human Burden of Diabetes and the Importance of Research

Author: Dr. K.M. Venkat Narayan

Date: May 1st, 2010

In an Alliance for Aging Research and American Diabetes Association joint briefing, Dr. K.M. Venkat Narayan from Emory University in Atlanta presented on the human burden of diabetes and the need for continued research into prevention, management and treatment options. His slides are available here.

Related Topics: Silver Book / Diabetes




Presentation

The Burden of Diabetes and the Promise of Biomedical Research

Author: Dr. John Anderson

Date: October 1st, 2007

In the last of four briefings looking at the growing burden of chronic disease and the promise of medical innovation, Dr. John Anderson of the American Diabetes Association's National Advocacy Committee, presented on The Burden of Diabetes and the Promise of Biomedical Research. His presentation slides are available here.

Related Topics: Silver Book / Diabetes



Volume

The Silver Book: Diabetes

Date: March 1st, 2010

The first volume of The Silver Book was launched in 2006 and has quickly become a trusted resource for health policy practitioners. The Silver Book®: Diabetes is the latest volume in this important collection. Each section in the volume includes charts, statistics, and key findings that together paint a comprehensive picture of the burden of diabetes and the tremendous potential of innovation. Much of the data focuses on the older population.

Related Topics: Silver Book / Diabetes



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