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School of Thought: Getting an Academic Job

Academic medicine can be a very appealing option for early-career endocrinologists whether a basic scientist or a clinician. Endocrine News spoke to experts about steps you need to take to secure your own spot in the halls of academia. For early-career endocrinologists or medical students who want to pursue positions in academic medicine, the key...
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Rare But Devastating: Keeping Track of Acromegaly Cases

Since acromegaly is such a rare disorder, when an endocrinologist is presented with a potential case, the most accurate and complete data available would be a helpful tool. Endocrine News takes a closer look at how the Mexican Acromegaly Registry has helped endocrinologists address the issues patients with acromegaly face, both physically and financially.  ...
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Dosage Flexibility of Liquid Hypothyroidism Treatment Introduced for Patients and Clinicians

Americans diagnosed with hypothyroidism and their clinical providers now have access to greater dosage flexibility within levothyroxine therapy, with three new dosage strengths of levothyroxine sodium oral solution now available to treat hypothyroidism. IBSA Pharma markets the drug as Tirosint®-SOL. The unique new dosing options – 37.5, 44 and 62.5 micrograms – are a first...
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Continuous Glucose Monitor Developed to Integrate Data Directly into Electronic Health Record

HealthPartners Institute’s International Diabetes Center (IDC) recently developed and piloted a process for incorporating patients’ continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) data directly into the electronic health record (EHR), improving clinician access to glucose information. During a presentation at the American Diabetes Association’s 81st Scientific Sessions, IDC medical director Amy Criego, MD, described this process for integrating...
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We Belong: Imposter Syndrome and How to Remedy It

Imposter syndrome – the belief that you do not belong or that you are not good enough – is more common that people think, especially in the medical field. Endocrine News spoke to experts on this dilemma who discuss common solutions to get past these feelings of self-doubt.   Some of the most well-known and...
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Tildacerfont Evaluated in Two Phase 2 Open-Label Studies in Adults with Classic Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia

july_trends_jcem cover Patients with classic congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH) due to 21-hydroxylase deficiency (21OHD) may benefit from the drug tildacerfont, according to the results from two Phase 2 clinical studies recently published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. Researchers led by Chris N. Barnes, PhD, of Spruce Biosciences (who funded the trial), point out that...
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Devil in the Details: The Impact of the First Interchangeable Biosimilar Insulin

[Editor’s Note: This post has been updated to include comments from Rita Kalyani, MD.] When the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the first interchangeable biosimilar insulin product last month, many were hailing this as a breakthrough in treating diabetes. The impacts could be immediately felt by people rationing their insulin due to cost as...

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