Endocrine News

May 2019

May 01, 2019

Here are some of the things you should be reading in this issue of Endocrine News.

ENDO 2019: An ENDO Gumbo in New Orleans!—Scientists and clinicians descended upon the Crescent City in anticipation of being a part of the biggest endocrinology meeting in the world. From the latest research from the labs to the newest patient therapies, ENDO 2019 had something for everyone, all set against the backdrop of one of the country’s most culturally rich cities.

Bad Breaks: Not Just a Matter of Chance—Drug therapies for osteoporosis can reduce fractures in postmenopausal women — so why the decline in their use? A new Endocrine Society clinical practice guideline provides recommendations for pharmacological treatment of osteoporosis in postmenopausal patients.

Both Sides Now: Maximizing Mentor-Mentee Relationships—Christopher McCartney, MD, from the University of Virginia, discusses the benefits of mentoring and being mentored and why it’s always helpful regardless of where you are in your career.

I Am Endocrinology— “A Mouse in One Hand and a Pipet in the Other” By Maria Ines Perez-Millan, PhD

And so much more.

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