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Endocrine Society Celebrates Passage of Historic Insulin Affordability Measure

Society urges House of Representatives to pass and send to President Biden without delay. The Endocrine Society cheered the Senate’s passage of the Inflation Reduction Act, including meaningful measures to make insulin more affordable. The Society urges the House of Representatives to pass this bill and send it to President Biden without delay. The bill’s...
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Both Ends of the Spectrum: Diagnosing, Examining, and Treating Hypoparathyroidism and Hyperparathyroidism Patients

Print Next month’s Endocrine Society Clinical Endocrinology Update 2022 will offer attendees a variety of courses on the latest diagnosis and treatment recommendations for several endocrine conditions. Aliya Khan, MD, FRCP, FACP, talks to Endocrine News about her session, “Diagnosis and Management of Hyperparathyroidism & Hypoparathyroidism,” recent breakthroughs, what attendees can expect, and the “good news”...
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Heads Up: The Challenges of Diagnosing and Managing Pituitary Tumors

In two sessions focusing on pituitary tumors at next month’s CEU 2022, neurosurgeon Gabriel Zada, MD, MS, FAANS, FACS, will discuss advances in new surgical techniques and inpatient and long-term management, and give an in-depth overview of managing patients with pituitary adenomas. In addition, he will elucidate how health disparities can often have an even...
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Poor Sleep Habits Increase Fatty Liver Disease Risk

People with sedentary lifestyles and unhealthy sleep behaviors could develop fatty liver disease, according to new research published in the Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. Fatty liver disease is the leading chronic liver disease worldwide, affecting about a quarter of the adult population. This type of liver disease is fueled by metabolic...
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Member Spotlight: Cynthia Andoniadou, PhD

Dashboard_Cynthia Andoniadou Cynthia Andoniadou is a Reader in Stem Cell Biology at the Centre for Craniofacial & Regenerative Biology at King’s College London. She was born in Greece and carried out her studies in London at Queen Mary, University of London and the MRC National Institute for Medical Research, and her postdoctoral research at the UCL Institute...