ESPE 2016


medwireNews was in Paris for ESPE 2016, reporting on research into acromegaly, long-acting growth hormone and the genetics of short stature. We also covered key symposium, on topics including Turner syndrome, controversies surrounding disorders of sexual development, the pathways underlying polygenic obesity and the impact of the JDRF’s nPOD study on the understanding of type 1 diabetes.

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ESPE 2016 Highlights: Day One

The 2016 European Society of Paediatric Endocrinology conference kicked off this morning with the Working Groups, covering gynaecology, diabetes technology and therapeutics, Turner syndrome, bone and growth plate, and disorders of sexual development.

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