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New UKPDS results reported at the IDF

23-Sep-2003
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Risk Engine 1.2 released

20-Aug-2003
News Image Fixes a minor issue with the help button on machines using Internet Explorer as the default browser on the Windows platform. Suppresses innapropriate reporting of risk estimated for subjects aged less than 20 at diagnosis.

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Full programme for third Mount Hood meeting announced

18-Jul-2003


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The Mount Hood III modelling meeting will be hosted by the DTU in Oxford in August

10-Jun-2003

UKPDS paper 65 published in Diabetic Medicine

04-Jun-2003
News Image The impact of diabetes-related complications on healthcare costs: results from the United Kingdom Prospective Diabetes Study (UKPDS Study No. 65)
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UKPDS report on pregnancy outcomes

04-Jun-2003
News Image Poor pregnancy outcome for women with Type 2 diabetes.
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Risk Engine 1.1 released

09-May-2003
News Image Accepts lipid levels in mg/dl as well as mmol/l. Provides a graphical display of risk estimates....

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Autoantibodies to islet cell antigen SOX-13 paper published in Diabetic Medicine

11-Mar-2003
News Image Autoantibodies to the islet cell antigen SOX-13 are associated with duration but not type of diabetes.
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Move to new Institute

24-Feb-2003
News Image On Monday 24th February we moved into our new, purpose built, Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism.

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UKPDS paper 64 published in Kidney International

15-Jan-2003
News Image UKPDS 64 Development and Progression of Nephropathy in Type 2 Diabetes: Observation and Modelling from the United Kingdom Prospective Diabetes Study
Adler AI, Stevens RJ, Manley SE, Bilous RW, Cull CA, Holman RR
Kidney International (2003); 63: 225-232

BACKGROUND: The progression of nephropathy from diagnosis of type 2 diabetes has not been well described from a single population. This study sought to describe the development and progression through the stages of microalbuminuria, macroalbuminuria, persistently elevated plasma creatinine or renal replacement therapy (RRT), and death....

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