September 16, 2013 at 7am to September 17, 2013 at 3pm
We welcome you to GTC's 4th Biobased Chemicals: Commercialization & Partnering Conference, which will be held onSeptember 16-17, 2013 in San Francisco, CA. This two day conference brings together top representatives who are engaged in establishing a major transformation in the global chemical and energy industries - from petroleum to bio-based. The conference will look to examine new supply chain developments and business models being adopted for biobased chemicals products. Topics covered…See More
Despite the hundreds of kinase inhibitors currently in discovery and pre-clinical phases, the number of kinase inhibitors which have been approved and are on the market remains low by comparison. This discrepancy reflects the challenges which accompany the development of ATP-competitive kinase inhibitors, including low specificity and off-target binding. There is also the problem of gatekeeper-associated drug resistance. To remain competitive in the kinase field, it will require you to stay…See More
GTC's 10th Anti-infectives Partnering and Deal-Making Conference, taking place on July 8-10, 2013 in Boston, MA, will contribute to the on-going battle against the ever-changing infectious threats by having experts with direct experiences in the field discuss a wide variety of topics on infectious diseases. The agenda also allows time for networking and opportunities to interface with speakers and fellow delegates in a collegial setting. Previous GTC conferences have been catalytic to several…See More
Dear Colleague, Since the discovery of RNAi, scientists have hoped that by understanding its mechanisms, they could transform what has become an invaluable research tool into a game-changing therapeutic modality. Today, with more compounds entering the clinic and RNAi-related research expanding in related fields such as microRNA, it is clear the field is growing. GTC is proud to once again bring together the leading experts across industry and academia to meet, discuss and exchange their…See More
GTC is proud to announce its second annual Influenza Research and Development Conference to be held in Boston, MA on July 8th-10th, 2013. This conference will once again bring together experts from industry, government and academia to discuss the issues facing the influenza field. Topics will range from basic science of the influenza virus itself to pandemic preparedness to vaccination and clinical development. Attend this conference to learn, discuss and network with fellow scientists and…See More
According to the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 24 million Americans have DM, and about 6 millions of them are not aware that they are diabetics. By the time when they are diagnosed with DM for abnormal blood glucose tests, they have likely had other ongoing pathological changes inside their bodies such as cataracts, retinopathy, arteriosclerosis and atherosclerosis, hypertension, coronary heart disease and stroke, arthritis and fibromyalgia (fibromyositis), cancer(s), even neurodegenerative changes such as Alzheimer’s disease, just to name a few.
DM only represents a stage of a disease, daily repeated hyperglycemia, when about 50% of the pancreatic beta cells are destroyed by inflammation, which is a result of excessive consumption of carbohydrates. The pathological changes are progressive and accumulative, unless the individual mindfully reduces the consumption of carbohydrates. Thus, simply waiting for a diagnosis with DM has no value in preventive medicine, is passive and unacceptable.
For preventing and managing DM, I need your help by doing the followings. Please view my videos and understand why DM is not necessarily a genetic disease. Visit your group(s) frequently or join them at Talk Medical, The Diabetic Challenge, and Onco'Zone. Also follow my weekly blogs at “What’s New, Doc?” Lastly, please forward my message to your family members and friends on your network.
Let us joint together in removing DM and many other diseases from our life! Thank you.
Robert Su, Pharm.B., M.D.
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