Diabetes Canada Podcast
Managing diabetes is a fulltime job—and it doesn’t end in retirement when you turn 65. For this episode, we discuss diabetes after age 65 with Dr. Iliana Lega who is an endocrinologist and a scientist with the Women’s College Research Institute. Dr. Lega
This episode’s guest is Ryan Hooey who is a Program Lead for the Come to Work Program at the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB), as well as a person living with type 1 diabetes. He sha
If you live with diabetes, your bone health may also be affected. Do you know the signs to look for? Today’s guest is Dr. Claudia Gagnon. She is a clinician scientist and an Associate Professor in t
On our latest episode, Dr. Jennifer Estall discusses her work looking at molecular changes in diabetes and how they might help in better understanding the condition and developing new therapies. Dr.
Hormones in the intestine have proven to play an important role in managing type 2 diabetes, as well as regulating growth and function of the beta cell and the intestinal tract. But what does all of