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Theme
New Technologies and Practical approaches: Diabetes, Obesity and Heart disorders
- Diabetes Summit 2020

Report

CPD Accredited Annual Summit on Diabetes, Obesity and Heart at London, UK on March 7-8, 2019 is a two-day program which includes the poster presentation, Keynote presentations, oral presentations, Exhibition, Workshop, Video presentation and E-Poster presentation.

 

Diabetes Summit 2019 is organized the conference with International Researchers, Doctors, Scientists, Endocrinologists, Diabetologists, Health care professionals, Delegates and Students across the globe will assemble on the venue and justify the phenomenon.

Diabetes Summit 2019 interacted with members around the globe focused on developing their skills about diabetes, obesity and heart. Sharing of knowledge, information and demonstration with researchers and potential clients leading to brand recognition all at a single event.

 

Some of the Speakers who shared the knowledge at Diabetes Summit 2019 are:

 

·      Vinod Chandra Tawar, King George Medical Clinic,Canada

·      Laurence S Harbige, London Metropolitan University, UK

·      Mirza Saima Mahmud, Dubai Hospital, UAE

·      Sarita Bajaj, MLN Medical College, India

·      Anil K Saxena, Central Drug Research Institute, India

·      Mridula Saxena, Amity University, India

·      Vinod Chandra Tawar, King George Medical Clinic, Canada

·      Mohit Vijay Rojekar, Rajiv Gandhi Medical College, India

·      Wissam Abdul Hadi, NMC Royal Hospital, UAE

·      Rahnfong Lee, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan

·      Ershad Ismail Malik, Lifespan Diabetes Clinics, India

·      Arati Anand Adhe, P D Hinduja National Hospital & Research Centre, India

·      Gerald C Hsu, EclaireMD Foundation, USA

 

Allied academies is  thanking you for the successful completion of Diabetes Summit 2019 with your support.

Scientific Sessions

Session 01: Diabetes and its Complications

Excess amounts of sugars or glucose in the blood lead to a chronic condition, called Diabetes mellitus. High glucose in blood may cause eye damage, kidney damage, and nerve damage. Diabetes increases the risk of different cardiovascular diseases, such as coronary heart disease, heart attack, heart stroke and narrowing of arteries which diminishes the blood move through the arteries. The abnormal rise of glucose in the blood can harm veins and nerves of the eye, which leads to loss of visions. Likewise, individuals with diabetes have more chances to develop diseases that may cause hypersensitivities. Diabetes is the main cause of cardiovascular diseases, kidney diseases and loss of vision. Diabetes can also cause foot ulcers and hearing problem.

Session 02: Obesity and Cancer

Additional fats in the body can influence the normal work of the cell. Fat cells can also attract immune cells to body tissues which release chemicals that cause a long-term inflammation. This can raise the danger of a few diseases including cancer. Individuals with obesity have chronic low-level or subacute unresolved inflammations, which is related to expanded malignancy chance. One of the most observed interfaces in obesity and cancer is an expanded danger of breast and womb cancer in ladies who are hefty after the menopause, and this identifies the individual with higher estrogen levels. Overweight people frequently have expanded levels of insulin and insulin-like development factor-1 which may lead to the development of specific tumors

Session 03Diabetes -induced Heart Complications

Heart Diseases describes a range of conditions that influence your heart. Disease under the coronary illness umbrella incorporates blood vessel diseases. For example, coronary artery diseaseheart rhythm problem (arrhythmias), congenital heart defects, Rheumatic heart disease, Hypertensive heart disease, Ischemic heart disease, Hypertension and many more. Heart failure is a condition in which your heart can't pump enough blood to address your body's issues. The expression "heart failure" doesn't imply that your heart has stopped or is going to stop working. Nonetheless, heart disappointment is a genuine condition that requires medicinal care. If you have heart failure, you may tire easily and need to restrict your exercises. Chronic Heart Disease can lead to heart failure by debilitating the heart muscle over time.

Session 04Endocrine Complications

The endocrine disorder is regularly very perplexing, including a blended picture of hyposecretion and hypersecretion due to the input components associated with the endocrine framework. For instance, most types of hyperthyroidism are related with an overabundance of thyroid hormone and a low level of thyroid animating hormone. Patients with multi-transfused thalassemia major may create serious endocrine complexities due to iron overload. The anterior pituitary is especially sensitive to iron overloaded which upsets hormonal emission resulting in hypogonadism, short stature, acquired hypothyroidism, and hypoparathyroidism. Glucose intolerance and diabetes mellitus are additionally regular in thalassaemic patients.

Session 05Pediatric Endocrinology and Pediatric Cardiology

Pediatric Endocrinology is a medicinal sub-specialty managing the development issue and sexual differentiation in children. Additionally, it is associated with neonatal diabetes and the different issue of the endocrine organs. Pediatric Endocrinology incorporates the investigation of type 1 and type 2 diabetes in the infants. There is another kind of diabetes that is regularly misdiagnosed as type 1 or type 2 diabetes, called monogenic diabetes mostly observed in youngsters. The Division of Pediatric Cardiology oversees the analysis of congenital heart defects, performing the diagnostic procedure such as echocardiograms, cardiac catheterizations, and electrophysiology. It also manages the on-going administration of the continuation of coronary illness in babies, kids, and youths. There are additionally other pericardial diseases that can introduce clinically as acute pericarditis, pericardial effusion, heart tamponade, and constrictive pericarditis. Infective endocarditis is a type of endocarditis. It is an irritation of the internal tissues of the heart. These are the fundamental incendiary imperfections for babies’ heart.

Session 06Diabetes and Obesity in Children

Childhood obesity is a serious therapeutic condition that is influencing children and adolescents. Children at or over the 95th percentile have obesity. Numerous obese children become obese adults, particularly if one or both parents are obese. The early physical effects of obesity in adolescence consolidate the greater part of the child’s organs being influenced apart by it several health issues can be observed in the obese people. Such as hepatitis, sleep apnoea, gallstones and increased intracranial pressure. Childhood obesity can likewise bring about extreme conditions, including diabetes, hypertension, coronary illness, sleep problems, cancer, and different issues like liver enlargement, early puberty or menarche. Eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia, skin infections, and asthma and other respiratory issues are common in obese people. Childhood obesity is prevented by choosing healthier foods and limiting unhealthy foods. Physical activity is also very important for reducing childhood obesity.

Session 07Diagnosis and Prevention: Diabetes and Heart Disease.

Diabetes can be diagnosed based on plasma and glucose criteria or A1C criteria. Earlier diabetes shows fewer symptoms so blood tests are used to diagnose diabetes and pre-diabetes. Clinical diagnosis of diabetes includes taking blood at a health-care facility center or commercial diagnosis center and sending the sample to a lab for examination. To assure that, the test outcomes are accurate lab investigation of the blood is required. Glucose calculating device used in a health-care provider office, such as finger-stick gadgets, is not sufficiently exact for investigation but rather might be utilized as a fast pointer of high glucose. High blood glucose can make a terrible effect on the heartCoronary heart diseaseheart disappointment can be watched habitually in the diabetes individuals.

Session 08Diabetes and Dental Treatment

Diabetes can lead to excess cholesterol developing in the circulation system, raising the danger of coronary illness. Various investigations have demonstrated that individuals with gum disease may have a higher danger of heart disease. Microscopic organisms and inflammations in the gums may escape into the bloodstream and cause blockages in the blood vessels, which diminish blood flow to the heart. More research is being carried out to further investigate the effect of gum disease on the heart patients. Individuals with diabetes, who have poor control of their blood glucose levels will probably develop dental health problems. The oral disease incorporates Gum illnesses, Gingivitis, thrush and so on. These dental issues in people will influence them physically and financially. Consequently, keeping your glucose inside a typical range will decrease this hazard. Intake a balanced diet, getting normal exercise and surrendering smoking propensity are advised to diminish the hazard regarding oral health problems.

Session 09Cardiovascular Endocrinology

Typical endocrine capacity is essential for cardiovascular prosperity. Disperses of the endocrine system, including hormone hyperfunction and hypofunction, adequately influence the cardiovascular framework. In this assessment, we discuss the investigation of disease transmission, determination, and administration of scatters of the pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, and adrenal organs, with respect to the impact of endocrine brokenness on the cardiovascular structure. Likewise, we analyze the cardiovascular advantages of re-establishing ordinary endocrine capacity.

Session 10Diabetes in Animals

Spontaneous diabetes mellitus has been accounted for in various animal species, including cattle, horses, pigs, sheep, dogs, and cats. Reports of spontaneous diabetes in rodents were non-existent until the current revelation of a genetic kind in ingrained strains of Chinese hamsters has been evaluated. Evaluations of the related recurrence of spontaneous diabetes in large domesticated animals shift extensively, although the reported incidence of dogs, for example, ranges from 1:260 to 1:800, and that for cats, approximately 1:1000 to 1:1500. A Study of 30000 dogs and cats would show that diabetes is substantially more successive, approximately 1:200 for puppies and 1:800 for cats. The relative recurrence of diabetes in steers, steeds, pigs, and sheep is still obscure.

Session 11: Genetic link of DiabetesObesity and Heart

Numerous genetic polymorphism has been linked to the development of type 2 diabetes. These genetic mutations can interact with the environment and the other genes to increase the risk of diabetes and its associated disorders. Different studies suggest that type 2 diabetes is caused by both hereditary and environmental factors. Researchers have found genetic mutations that higher diabetes risk. Not every person who conveys a genetic mutation will get diabetes. But many people with diabetes do have one or many genetic mutations.

Session 12Eating Disorder

Eating Disorder is basically portrayed by abnormal consumption of food which contrarily influences a man's psychological and physical health. This dysfunctional behavior has six broad types which incorporate binge eating disorderanorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, rumination disorder, restrictive food intake disorder and other specified feeding or eating disorder. This Psychiatric Disorder creates a bad impact on the bodyweight of a person. Anorexia nervosa is generally regular among young ladies with a risk group of 15-19-year-old young girls. Very nearly half of individuals with eating disorders meet the criteria for depression. Both hereditary and ecological factor plays a role in Eating Disorder. Treatment incorporates Counselling, appropriate eating diet, and medication. It is assessed that six in every 10,000 European ladies suffer from anorexia and 8.5 of every 10,000 from bulimia.

Session 13Diabetic Neuropathy and Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetic Neuropathy is a neuropathic issue that is related to diabetes mellitus. These conditions are thought to come about because of diabetic microvascular damage including little veins that supply nerves (vasa nervorum) in addition to macrovascular conditions that can culminate in diabetic neuropathy
Diabetic retinopathy, otherwise called diabetic eye sickness, is a therapeutic condition in which damage occurs to the retina because of diabetes and is the leading cause of loss of vision. It influences up to 80 percent of individuals who have diabetes for a long time or more. No less than 90% of new cases could be diminished if there are an appropriate treatment and monitoring of diabetes. The longer a person has diabetes, the higher his or her chances of developing diabetic retinopathy

Session 14Diabetic/Glycogenic Hepatopathy

Hepatomegaly and high protein levels are most often observed in the type 1 diabetes patient which leads to glycogenic hepatopathy. It develops due to the excess collection of glycogen in the hepatocytes. It can be reversible with incredible glycemic control and occasionally advances to mellow fibrosis, however not cirrhosis.

Session 15Obesity Complications and Management

Obesity expands the hazard for heart disease and stroke. It harms more than just the heart diagnosis and vessel system. It's also the main reason for gallstones, osteoarthritis, and respiratory issues. In addition, the obesity is a frequent consequence of heart-damaging life-style choices, for example, the absence of physical activity and a fat-loaded eating routine. Obesity also can lead to serious conditions like heart failure, in which your heart can’t pump enough blood to the body. Having diabetes or pre-diabetes puts one at increased risk for heart disease and stroke. One can bring down its risk by keeping the blood glucose (additionally called blood sugar), hypertension, and blood cholesterol near to the prescribed target numbers the levels proposed by diabetes specialists for good health. Stroke and coronary heart disease can be caused by a similar problem atherosclerosis.

Session 16Obesity and associated Health Disorders

Individuals who have obesity, are at a higher risk of many serious diseases compared to those with a normal or healthy weight. If somebody who is 40% obese is twice as likely to die prematurely to a normal weight individual. The threats rise with BMI and are more important for corpulent people.

Session 17Cardiac Nursing and Diabetes Nursing

Heart Care Nurses treat patients experiencing heart disease and conditions, and treat heart disease, heart attacks, and other cardiovascular health problems. Cardiac nurses play an essential part in the prevention and analysis of heart hazards. Heart care nurses are critical in the fight against coronary illness and are required for patient’s care. Cardiac nurses work in many different environments, including coronary care units (CCU), cardiac catheterization, intensive care units (ICU), operating theatres, cardiac rehabilitation centers, clinical research, cardiac surgery wards, cardiovascular intensive care units (CVICU), and cardiac medical wards. Diabetic care nurses treat patients by monitoring their blood glucose level. Routine screening of diabetes complication is the prime responsibility of a diabetes care nurse. This will include urine testing for protein as a check on renal function, taking blood for lipid estimations, measuring blood pressure, examining the eyes and the feet. The Nursing of patients advances the administrations to patients as well as the better way of life of the people groups.

Session 18Diabetes and Heart Monitoring Management

The primary objective of diabetes administration is to re-establish carbohydrate metabolism to as close to a normal state as possible. To accomplish this objective, people with an outright insufficiency of insulin require insulin substitution treatment, which is given through infusions or an insulin pump. Insulin resistance, interestingly, can be redressed by dietary modifications and exercise. Diabetes is a metabolic disease which can be corrected by transplantation techniques. These different types of diabetic disease can be prevented by islet transplantation or even by artificial pancreas transplantation. Cardiac monitoring management incorporates the challenge to manage the distinct heart issue including the heart failure, coronary artery disease and so on. Cardiac monitoring can be observed over the telephone, through electronic devices, and it can also be self-managed.

Session 19: Biomarkers: DiabetesObesity, and Heart

Molecular Biomarkers can be differentiated as a measurable indicator. It is precisely estimated and checked as a pointer of normal biological procedures, pathogenic techniques, or pharmacologic reactions to a pharmaceutical intervention. Biomarkers have an important role in leading clinical trials and treating patients. Advances in molecular diagnostics help medical professionals to gain knowledge and apply the cognition to scientifically valid decisions. More efficient revelation and use of biomarkers in the development of anti-diabetic drugs will rely upon accelerating our comprehension of the pathogenesis of diabetes and particularly its macrovascular complications. Procedural improvements from other fields, especially cancer, are beginning to show the way towards better models of diabetes pathogenesis and molecular biomarker discovery.

Session 20Case studies in Diabetes and Heart

Diabetes case studies are the detailed report of an individual, group, occasion or public. The information is gathered from a diversity of places by various methods. The contextual investigation strategy incorporates spotting what happens to, or reconstructing the case history of a single participant or group of individuals, i.e. the idiographic approach. Case study permits an investigator to investigate a topic in far more detailed and minute way. The case study isn't itself an examination technique, however, specialists pick strategies for information accumulation and examination that will produce material reasonable for investigations. Most of this proof is probably going to be subjective however the analyst may gather numerical information also and display in different diabetes meeting and scientific sessions. Clinical cardiology is an exceptional spotlight on thinks about including investigation and organization of heart infections, for instance, electrophysiology, cardiovascular inserts, heart recovery, the cardiovascular drug, cardiovascular surgery, and recognizable proof of cardiovascular hazard factors.

Session 21DiabetesSurgery, and Transplantations

Pancreatic islet transplantation is a new era of the diabetes medication. In this transplantation pancreatic beta cells of the donor are transferred into recipient person. Once the transplantation gets successful the new cell begins to produce insulin. According to the researchers, this technique will help the type 1 diabetes patient from their daily insulin dosage. The transplantation of the living cells, tissue or organs from donor to recipient is called Xenotransplantation. The cells, tissue, organs which are used in transplantation is known as xenografts or xenotransplants.

Session 22Obesity and Maternal-Fetal Medicine

Obesity contrarily influences the ability to get pregnant and keep up an early pregnancy. Obesity enhances the likelihood of eccentric menstrual cycles and anovulation (not ovulating). Heftiness tends to make a sex hormone lopsidedness that isn't good for propagation. The success rate of reproductive medication is negatively affecting in overweight women. Obesity has furthermore been perceived as a free risk factor for unsuccessful labour with the danger of unnatural birth cycle extending as the BMI increases.

Session 23Diabetes and Skin Problems

Diabetes can influence every part of the body, including the skin. Such issues are sometimes the principal sign that a person has diabetes. Fortuitously, most skin conditions can be prevented or effectively treated if get diagnosed early. A portion of these skin issues are observed very frequently, but people with diabetes get this problem more easily. These incorporate with bacterial infections, fungal infections, and itching. Other skin problem happens mostly or only to people with diabetes. These include diabetic dermopathy, necrobiosis lipoidica diabeticorum, diabetic blisters, and eruptive xanthomatosis.

Session 24: Research and Development in Diabetes, Obesity, and Heart

The intricacies of diabetes, obesity, and heart are associated with each other. Corpulence is the prime reason for diabetes. Also, Diabetes is related to various sort of heart disease like coronary artery disease, heart failure and so on. Despite scientific developments and better healthcare research amenities, the disease continues to burden numerous segments, particularly middle and low-income countries. The present trends designate the rise in premature death, representing a major threat to worldwide development. The advancement of science and technology has observed the development of a newer generation of Nanomedicine in drugs development. As the synthetic drugs have lots of side effects, researchers and scientists have focused on bioactive ingredients from natural sources and transformed the investigation on drug discovery and lead identification for Diabetes, Obesity, and Heart management control.

Related:-
Diabetes Conference | Diabetes Congress | Diabetes Conferences | Obesity Conference | Heart Conference | Clinical Diabetes Conference | Endocrinology Conference

Related Conferences:
3rd Global Summit on Diabetes and Endocrinology, May 30-31, 2019, Nice, France; 9th edition of the Emirates Diabetes & Endocrine Congress, March 07-09, 2019, Dubai, UAE; Global Conference on Diabetes and Endocrinology Research, May 15-17, 2019, Barcelona, Spain; 12th International Conference on Advanced Technologies & Treatments for Diabetes, February 20-23, 2019, Berlin, Germany; 4th World Congress on Interventional Therapies for Type 2 Diabetes, April 08-10, New York, USA; 7th Asia Pacific Congress on Controversies to Consensus in DiabetesObesity and Hypertension, May 10-11, 2019, Shanghai, China; 8th International Symposium on the Diabetic Foot, May 22-25, 2019, The Hague, Netherlands.

Related associations and societies:
Europe: Diabetes Canada | European Society of Endocrinology | Central European Diabetes Association | FAND-Italian Association of Diabetics  | European Society of Cardiology |  | European association for the Study of Obesity | European Obesity | European Childhood Obesity Group (ECOG) | Association of European Cancer 

India:  CardiologicalSociety of India 

USA: American Association of Diabetes Educators |  AmericanDiabetes Association | AmericanAssociation for Clinical Endocrinology |  AmericanCardiology Association | American heart Association | American Society of Nuclear Cardiology | NationalAssociation of Nutrition and Aging Services Programs, USA | BritishCardiac Society | World HealthOrganization | World HeartFederation 

Asia:  AustralianDiabetes Society | AsianAssociation for the Study of Diabetes | DiabetesAssociation of Nigeria | DiabetesAssociation of the Republic of China | Association of Paediatric Cardiology |  DietitiansAssociation of Australia | NutritionSociety of Malaysia 


Welcome Message

We take great pride in welcoming all the attendees of the Diabetes Summit 2020 which is going to be held on July 31st-August 1st 2020 .

We are delightedly inviting the International Researchers, Doctors, Scientists, Endocrinologists, Diabetologists, Health care professionals, Delegates and students across the globe will assemble on the venue and justify the phenomenon through the poster presentation, Oral presentation, Keynote presentation, Exhibition, Workshop, Video presentation, and E-Poster presentation.

Diabetes Summit 2020 is mainly focused on the recent advancements in Diabetes Medication and its related disorders management.

We’re looking towards an excellent meeting with great scientists from different countries around the world and sharing new and exciting results in Diabetes, which will be held on July 31st-August 1st,2020.





Conference Registration Details

Considering the current situation the Diabetes Summit 2020 will be conducted through online medium. The Benefits of registration.
Speaker Registration:

  • Access to All Sessions Online
  • E-Handbook & E-Conference Kit
  • E-Certificate of Presentation
  • Publication of extended abstract (1000 words) and biography in respective supporting journal
  • Online publication of Abstract and Biography in our website which has 25 Million visitors
  • Online publication of Abstract and Biography in respective conference Web page which has 25,000 online unique subject experts visitors

Delegates:

  • Access to All Online Sessions

Package A:

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  • Access to All Sessions Online
  • E-Handbook & E-Conference Kit
  • E-Certificate of Presentation
  • Publication of extended abstract (1000 words) and biography in respective journal
  • Online publication of Abstract and Biography in our website which has 25 Million visitors
  • Online publication of Abstract and Biography in respective conference web page which has 25,000 online unique subject experts visitors

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  • Access to All Sessions Online
  • E-Handbook & E-Conference Kit
  • E-Certificate of Presentation
  • Publication of extended abstract (1000 words) and biography in respective journal
  • Online publication of Abstract and Biography in our website which has 25 Million visitors
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  • Advertisement of Company logo at conference website for one month

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  • Access to All Sessions Online
  • E-Handbook & E-Conference Kit
  • E-Certificate of Presentation
  • Publication of extended abstract (1000 words) and biography in respective journal
  • Online publication of Abstract and Biography in our website which has 25 Million visitors
  • Online publication of Abstract and Biography in respective conference web page which has 25,000 online unique subject experts visitors
  • Physical copy of certificate and proceedings books will be couriered 

             Business

  • Access to All Sessions Online
  • E-Handbook & E-Conference Kit
  • E-Certificate of Presentation
  • Publication of extended abstract (1000 words) and biography in respective journal
  • Online publication of Abstract and Biography in our website which has 25 Million visitors
  • Online publication of Abstract and Biography in respective conference web page which has 25,000 online unique subject experts visitors
  • Advertisement of Company logo at conference website for three months       

 

Young Research Forum

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  • E-Certificate of Presentation
  • Publication of extended abstract (1000 words) and biography in respective journal
  • Young Scientist Award Forum Presentation Certificate

E-Posters for $99

  • The amount charged for E-Posters is to display the E-Posters only on website
  • The abstract will be published in conference proceeding book

Market analysis

The prevalence of diabetes for all age-groups worldwide was evaluated to be 2.8% in 2000 and will increase by 4.4%in 2030. The aggregate number of individuals with diabetes is anticipated to ascend from 171 million to 366 million in 2030. The predominance of diabetes is higher in men than women, however, there are a larger number of women suffering from diabetes. The urban populations in developing nations are anticipated to double in the between 2000and 2030. The most essential statistic change in diabetes predominance over the world gives off an impression of being the expansion in the extent of individuals >65 years old. These discoveries show that the "diabetes mellitus"will proceed continuously of whether levels of obesity stay consistent. Given the extending predominance of obesity, it is likely that these figures give a condemn for future diabetes pervasiveness.



The number of people with diabetes has ascended from 108 million in 1980 to 171 million in 2017. The worldwide predominance of diabetes among adults more than 18 years old has ascended from 4.7% in 1980 to 8.5% in 2014. In 2012, an expected 1.5 million deaths were directly caused by diabetes and another 2.2 million deaths were attributable to high blood glucose. Half of all deaths attributable to high blood glucose happen before the age of 70 years. World Health Organization extends that diabetes will be the 7th driving reason for death in 2030.
 


Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Prof. Archil Khomassuridze
General Director , Department of Reproductology, Obstetrics and Gynecology
Ivane Javakhisvili Tbilisi State University
Tbilisi, Georgia
OCM Member
Prof. Lynn Romejko Jacobs
Professor and Chair, Nutrition
Texas women’s university
Dallas, USA
OCM Member
Prof.Gundu H.R. Rao
Director, Thrombosis Research
Lillehei Heart Institute
Minneapolis, USA
OCM Member
Dr. Umesh Prabhu
Former medical director, Consultant Paediatrician
Wigan & Leigh NHS Trust
London, United Kingdom
OCM Member
Prof. Vladimir N. Anisimov
Editor-in-Chief of the journal Advances in Gerontology, Carcinogenesis and Oncogerontology
N.N. Petrov National Medical Research Center of Oncology
Saint Petersburg, Russia
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