New Thematic Issue
This month we are highlighting the latest updates in endocrine disrupting chemicals with a special collection of journal articles, published in 2015—2019. This free online collection features notable basic and clinical findings from our family of journals.
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- Advocacy in Action: NIH Funding, Drug Pricing, Insulin Pricing, and more...
- A Rainbow Coalition: LGBTQ+ Outreach Debuts at ENDO 2019
- Researchers Find Evidence of Novel Pathway in Regulation of Body Weight, Temperature—Leptin receptor signaling in single-minded homolog gene (Sim1) neurons plays a role in the regulation of body weight and temperature
Join us at Clinical Endocrinology Update (CEU) to keep your practice up-to-date. This year's comprehensive program will provide you with the latest advances and critical issues in clinical endocrinology. This year's program highlights include:
- Fracture Healing
Nelson B. Watts, MD (Miami); Alan C. Dalkin, MD (Seattle)
- The New Cholesterol Management Guidelines
Lisa R. Tannock, MD (Miami); Henry N. Ginsberg, MD (Seattle)
- Diabetes on a Budget
David Matthew Nathan, MD (Miami); Marie E. McDonnell, MD (Seattle)
- Glycemic Management After Bariatric Surgery
Mary-Elizabeth Patti, MD (both locations)
- Adrenal Questions and Answers
William F. Young, Jr., MD (both locations)
Endocrine Board Review (EBR) is a case-based course and mock exam that serves as an excellent knowledge assessment. This course is ideal for endocrine fellows planning to take the endocrine board exam, practicing physicians preparing to re-certify, and also for those seeking an intensive knowledge assessment. View the full EBR Program.
- May 20 - 25, 2019 | Workshop on SEX DIFFERENCES IN BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR IN HEALTH AND DISEASE | Erice, Sicily, Italy
- May 22 - 24, 2019 | 1st International Diabetes Congress Cuba 2019 | Havana, Cuba
- May 24 - 27, 2019 | Metabolism in Health and Disease Conference | Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
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In the present study, we have reviewed the actions of activin and its biological inhibitors, inhibin, and follistatin, in mammary gland morphogenesis and cancer.
Accumulated evidence indicates that normally ovulatory menstrual cycles are necessary for ciswomen’s current fertility, as well as for later-life bone and cardiovascular health and the prevention of breast and endometrial cancers.
This review summarizes the present knowledge on genetic and epigenetic alterations.
Long-term CSHT had a neutral effect on BMD in transgender men. In transgender women, only lumbar spine BMD seemed to be affected after CSHT.