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    International Clinical Trials Day 2017

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    International Clinical Trials Day 2017

    Post by graham64 on Tue May 30 2017, 22:10

    Diabetes UK is urging people with diabetes to get involved in International Clinical Trials Day. 

    https://www.diabetes.org.uk/About_us/News/

    Drat just checked the date and it was the 20/5/2017  Crying or Very sad


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    Re: International Clinical Trials Day 2017

    Post by chris c on Thu Jun 01 2017, 22:16

    "We’re dedicated to supporting cutting-edge diabetes research and improving the lives of people with diabetes. We’ve been funding ground-breaking research for longer than 80 years which has been instrumental in improving diabetes care and moving us closer to a cure. New treatments and therapies can only be made available thanks to clinical trials."

    I hadn't noticed. Had you?

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    Re: International Clinical Trials Day 2017

    Post by graham64 on Thu Jun 01 2017, 22:30

    @chris c wrote:"We’re dedicated to supporting cutting-edge diabetes research and improving the lives of people with diabetes. We’ve been funding ground-breaking research for longer than 80 years which has been instrumental in improving diabetes care and moving us closer to a cure. New treatments and therapies can only be made available thanks to clinical trials."

    I hadn't noticed. Had you?


    Of course I have the stats show the costs to the NHS for diabetes drugs has soared thanks to the research supported by DUK  Rolling Eyes


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    Re: International Clinical Trials Day 2017

    Post by chris c on Thu Jun 01 2017, 22:41

    Yes it's a clusterfuck, the numbers of diabetics is going through the roof and the cost of the drugs is following. Add in all those "prediabetics" which as David Ludwig pointed out aren't really pre-anything and, well, you can see where Jeremy Hunt's pension is going to come from.

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