VIDEO INTERVIEWS

Join Professor Martin Savage and expert colleagues for this series of interviews as they explore different perspectives and insights into how to successfully implement precision medicine into the management of paediatric endocrine disorders.

A 4-year-old boy of Bangladeshi origin was referred to paediatric endocrine clinic by his community paediatrician due to concerns of precocious puberty.
This is the 8th IMAGE conference, which focuses on differences in sexual development, and puberty disorders and reproductive problems in adolescents and young adults.
In our latest podcast, Specialist nurse and educator Kate Davies asks clinical psychologist Julie Alderson about the optimal integration of psychology into a differences in sexual development clinical service.

Open Access Article Now Available

Digital technologies to improve the precision of paediatric growth disorder diagnosis and management

View the article published in the Growth Hormone & IGF Research journal that summarises the webinar discussion on the role of digital health in growth disorders.

Years of treatment with recombinant human growth hormone does not increase the cumulative lifetime exposure to insulin-like growth factor-1 above the population average in children born small for gestational age, a study shows.
A weekly injectable PEGylated recombinant human growth hormone gives significantly better height outcomes than no treatment in children with idiopathic short stature, shows a phase 2 trial.
Cardiometabolic risk in people born small for gestational age more than a decade after finishing therapy with recombinant human growth hormone is no higher than in those never given the treatment, a study shows.
Analysis of real-world data indicates that the recombinant human growth hormone somatropin is well tolerated and effective for children with a range of growth hormone disorders and other conditions associated with short stature.
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