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World Diabetes Day

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Today, November 14th, is World Diabetes Day and to raise awareness, some of the team at CPS Research have spent this week discussing all things Diabetes.

First up… One of our Research Physicians, Karen, talks about Diabetes.

Next up, Karen sits down with Carol, one of our research nurses, to discuss some of the symptoms of diabetes to be aware of, such as frequent urination, tiredness and weight-loss.

Have you heard of Prediabetes? Karen sits down with Fiona, one of our Research Nurses, who explains just what Prediabetes exactly is and what some of the risk factors of Prediabetes are.

Next up, Karen sits down with Lorna, one of our Research Nurses, who discusses our Glucose Control Research Study, what’s involved in the study and just who might be eligible to take part in this study. Click on the image below to watch the full video. To find out more about this study, visit this link.

Our next research study that focuses on Diabetes is our Diabetic Heart Disease Research Study. Carol joins Karen again, this time to discuss what’s involved in this study and who might be eligible. To find out more about this study, visit this link.

Clinical research is so important. If you have the opportunity to take part in clinical research, please do consider taking part and help shape the future of healthcare.

For an example of how important clinical research is, read our post on the HPV vaccine here.

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