Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Gestational diabetes induces alterations in the function of neonatal endothelial colony-forming cells

Intrauterine exposure of endothelial colony-forming cells (ECFCs) to GDM induces unique phenotypic alterations. The resistance of GDM-exposed ECFCs to hyperglycemia-induced senescence and decreased p38MAPK activation suggest that these progenitor cells have undergone changes that induce tolerance to a hyperglycemic environment (Pediatric Research)

Combating the dual burden: therapeutic targeting of common pathways in obesity and type 2 diabetes

In this Review, we explore the overlapping pathophysiology and also how various treatments can, alone or in combination, combat the dual burden of obesity and type 2 diabetes (The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology)

Together for Health – A Diabetes Delivery Plan

A Delivery Plan up to 2016 for NHS Wales and its partners (Welsh Government)

Commissioning and funding general practice

Making the case for family care networks (King's Fund)

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