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Diabetes from BMJ Group
Diabetes from the BMJ Group aims to provide you with a mixture of the most important diabetes resources that we publish with the latest, continually updated research articles from the BMJ and all of our specialist journals, plus online education from BMJ Learning. You’ll also find links to the latest diabetes related discussions on doc2doc, the BMJ Group's online community.
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Portal champions Charles M. Clark Jr and Jose Mario F de Oliveira
I am retired associate dean for continuing medical education and professor of medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine, with an interest in physician and patient education programmes for diabetes treatment and prevention of complications.
Dr de Oliveira, the deputy champion, is associate professor in the Department of Medicine at Universidade Federal Fluminense, and senior staff physician in the adults’ intensive care unit at Hospital Federal da Lagoa, Rio de Janeiro. His special interests are type 2 diabetes, preventive cardiology, hypertension, the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system, and cardiovascular diseases in chronic kidney diseases.