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3rd World Congress on Diabetes and Obesity

Diabetes Conference 2019

Date: 18. - 20.03.2019
Time: 09:30 h - 17:30 h

Euroscicon is proud to host the 3rd World Congress on Diabetes and Obesity (Diabetes conferences 2019) happening during March 18-20, 2019 in Rome, Italy. The conference is themed around “Recent advances in Diabetes and Obesity” with the aim to assemble a large audience of trade, healthcare, research, and medical practitioners to coach and produce a few fruitful discussions on the confined topics. This can be an excellent event to network, learn and have interaction with professionals within the field of polygenic disease and fat.

Medical topics:

Diabetology

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EuroSciCon
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Venue:

Holiday Inn Rome Aurelia , Via Aurelia Km 8,400, 00165 Rome, Italy
Holiday Inn Rome Aurelia , Via Aurelia Km 8,400, 00165 Rome, Italy
IT 00165 Rome
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Host:

EuroSciCon
P.O.Box 49717
GB London N20 8WH
Phone: +44-870-199-7315
Fax: +44-709-211-4307
E-mail: enquiries@euroscicon.com

Registration:

Online registration: https://diabetesconference.euroscicon.com/registration
E-mail: diabetesconference@eurointmeetings.com

Venue:

Holiday Inn Rome Aurelia , Via Aurelia Km 8,400, 00165 Rome, Italy
Holiday Inn Rome Aurelia , Via Aurelia Km 8,400, 00165 Rome, Italy
IT 00165 Rome


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Official abbreviation: Diabetes Conference 2019

Frequency: annually

Official event no.: 3

Costs: USD 499,00

Expected number of participants: 300

Exhibition: Yes

Special topics:
Diabetes and Obesity Diabetes and Endocrinology Latest Techniques in Diabetes Diagnosis Pancreatitis and Insulin Diabetes and cancer Diabetic Nephropathy and Urine Diabetes and Metabolic Disorders Diabetes and Cardiovascular Diseases Gestational Diabetes Diabetes and Liver Diabetic Neuropathy Diabetes and Dementia Diabetes and wound healing Diabetes Health care Diabetes management and Quality of life

Tags/key words:
Diabetes, obesity, endocrinology, metabolism, cardiovascular

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