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Covid (r)Evolution: Episode 1 - COVID-19 and Diabetes

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Covid (r)Evolution: Episode 1 - COVID-19 and Diabetes
  • Endocrinology and metabolism
  • Diabetes

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The Voice of EXCEMED: Covid (r)Evolution - Paolo Pozzilli on Diabetes 

Ernesto Maddaloni - an established Researcher in the field of Endocrinology & Diabetes, and Medical Advisor for EXCEMED -  interviews Professor Paolo Pozzilli - a leading, global authority on Endocrinology & Diabetes and Director of Endocrinology & Diabetes at University Campus Bio-Medico Rome. 

Professor Paolo Pozzilli focuses on COVID-19 and Diabetes discussing key issues such as the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on scientific research in his field, as well as on the lifestyle of Diabetes Patients.

This interview series was made possible thanks to unrestricted donations received by the EXCEMED Foundation.

 

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The Voice of EXCEMED

The Voice of EXCEMED series exposes Health Care Professionals (HCPs), patients and the general public, to the challenges placed on their healthcare system, and offers practical advice to all. Global Experts from varied medical disciplines share solutions to widely felt issues, as well as those that are distinctive to their field. They will also address the scientific, logistic and healthcare needs that urgently require management.