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Society Issues Clinical Practice Guideline on Hypopituitarism

The Endocrine Society today issued a Clinical Practice Guideline that recommends treating insufficient hormone levels in individuals with hypopituitarism by replacing hormones at levels as close to the body’s natural patterns as possible. The guideline, titled “Hormonal Replacement in Hypopituitarism in Adults: An Endocrine Society Clinical Practice Guideline,” was published online and will appear in...
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Members in the News: John W. Funder Awarded Fondation IPSEN Endocrine Regulations Prize

Endocrine Society member John W. Funder, MD, PhD, of Prince Henry’s Institute in Victoria, Australia, today was awarded the Fondation PSEN Endocrine Regulations Prize for his work on endocrine aspects of hypertension, including primary aldosteronism. The award was presented at the International Congress of Endocrinology — Chinese Society of Endocrinology in Beijing. As Business Wire points out, Funder...
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Eureka! Top Endocrinology Discoveries of 2015: A Year in Review

eureka Endocrine News has compiled the leading breakthroughs in endocrine research over the course of the past year with the help from 11 editors from Endocrine Reviews. From genetic research to new thyroid cancer drugs, amazing progress is being made in the field of endocrinology. Each year brings us a little closer to solving complex endocrine...
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Uncommon Knowledge: Advancing Medical Therapy of Pituitary Tumors

A clinical researcher, a basic researcher and a clinical practitioner discuss pituitary tumors and a new “revolution” occurring in their treatment.  In the last four decades, endocrinologists have witnessed a small revolution in the medical therapy of pituitary tumors. Starting with the fi rst reports on the effi cacy of bromocriptine in the treatment of...