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FBNBank and the University of Ghana Medical Centre (UGMC) are collaborating to fight diabetes starting with the commemoration of World Diabetes Day under the theme “Education to Protect Tomorrow.” The agenda for the collaboration is to reduce the threat that diabetes poses and this will be undertaken through several ways including the platform which World […]

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1 Out of 10 Persons Living In Ghana Is Diabetic - President of National Diabetes Association-Ghana 1 Out of 10 Persons Living In Ghana Is Diabetic - President of National Diabetes Association-Ghana

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WHO has undertaken important actions that will promote better access to biosimilar insulins and medical devices for diabetes care. A year ago, WHO published a report, Keeping the 100-year-old promise: making insulin access universal.  The report outlines how, despite the wishes of the discoverers of insulin, access to insulin and associated devices, still remains limited in many countries today. The report outlines the many barriers to access and proposes actions to address them. Those actions include: improving the availability of human insulin and insulin analogues, especially biosimilar products; enhancing the affordability of human insulin and insulin analogues; addressing access problems associated with devices to support the appropriate use of insulins; building capacity and investing in infrastructure to support access to insulins; and supporting R&D. Facilitating product assessment and national registration of biosimilarsWHO published revisions to the guidelines on the evaluation of similar biotherapeutic products which was adopted by the WHO Expert Committee on Biological Standardization in April 2022.  The update includes the possibility of reducing the amount of data needed for regulatory approval for similar biotherapeutic products. Facilitating selection and procurement of biosimilarsAt its 23rd meeting, the WHO Expert Committee on the Selection and Use of Essential Medicines discussed the importance of reducing uncertainties about the use of biosimilars for increasing access to effective biological medicines including the need for strategies to promote interchangeability at the procurement and clinical level. The Committee thus recommended that quality-assured biosimilars, including insulin, should be considered interchangeable.  Facilitating selection and procurement of glucometersWHO has published the WHO List of Priority Medical Devices for management of cardiovascular diseases and diabetes to support the selection and procurement of quality-assured glucometers and other medical devices for diabetes care. WHO has also published technical specifications for glucometers. These publications aim to support healthcare providers to implement essential interventions for the detection and management of diabetes across the continuum of care. WHO has undertaken important actions that will promote better access to biosimilar insulins and medical devices for diabetes care. A year ago, WHO published a report, Keeping the 100-year-old promise: making insulin access universal.  The report outlines how, despite the wishes of the discoverers of insulin, access to insulin and associated devices, still remains limited in many countries today. The report outlines the many barriers to access and proposes actions to address them. Those actions include: improving the availability of human insulin and insulin analogues, especially biosimilar products; enhancing the affordability of human insulin and insulin analogues; addressing access problems associated with devices to support the appropriate use of insulins; building capacity and investing in infrastructure to support access to insulins; and supporting R&D. Facilitating product assessment and national registration of biosimilarsWHO published revisions to the guidelines on the evaluation of similar biotherapeutic products which was adopted by the WHO Expert Committee on Biological Standardization in April 2022.  The update includes the possibility of reducing the amount of data needed for regulatory approval for similar biotherapeutic products. Facilitating selection and procurement of biosimilarsAt its 23rd meeting, the WHO Expert Committee on the Selection and Use of Essential Medicines discussed the importance of reducing uncertainties about the use of biosimilars for increasing access to effective biological medicines including the need for strategies to promote interchangeability at the procurement and clinical level. The Committee thus recommended that quality-assured biosimilars, including insulin, should be considered interchangeable.  Facilitating selection and procurement of glucometersWHO has published the WHO List of Priority Medical Devices for management of cardiovascular diseases and diabetes to support the selection and procurement of quality-assured glucometers and other medical devices for diabetes care. WHO has also published technical specifications for glucometers. These publications aim to support healthcare providers to implement essential interventions for the detection and management of diabetes across the continuum of care. 

Marking World Diabetes Day: actions for better access to treatment and care

As the world prepares to mark World Diabetes Day for 2022, the National Eye Centre, on Thursday, delivered free medical services to over 1,700 residents of Kaduna State through its diabetes care unit National Eye Centre Diabetes-Militus Care Initiative.As the world prepares to mark World Diabetes Day for 2022, the National Eye Centre, on Thursday, delivered free medical services to over 1,700 residents of Kaduna State through its diabetes care unit National Eye Centre Diabetes-Militus Care Initiative.

Kaduna: 1,700 diabetes patients get free medical services

World Diabetes Day, observed every year on November 14, provides an opportunity to raise awareness of diabetes as a global public health issue and what needs to be done, collectively and individually, for better prevention, diagnosis and management of the condition.World Diabetes Day, observed every year on November 14, provides an opportunity to raise awareness of diabetes as a global public health issue and what needs to be done, collectively and

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Diabetes body to launch campaign for Jharkhand students from Nov 14 - Lagatar English

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Even if you don't suspect you have diabetes, it's advised you undergo a test annually at your GP or pharmacy clinic, says Nicole Jennings, spokesperson for Pharma Dynamics. Even if you don't suspect you have diabetes, it's advised you undergo a test annually at your GP or pharmacy clinic, says Nicole Jennings, spokesperson for Pharma Dynamics.

'Ticking time bomb': almost 50% of people living with diabetes in SA don't know they have it | Life

World Diabetes Day 2022: Diabetes leads to many diseases like kidney failure, PCOS, heart attacks, infertility and more which is detrimental for the human health. Here's how high blood sugar effects fertility in men and women and tips to control it | HealthWorld Diabetes Day 2022: Diabetes leads to many diseases like kidney failure, PCOS, heart attacks, infertility and more which is detrimental for the human health. Here's how high blood sugar effects fertility in men and women and tips to control it

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Diabetes Day: Group screens 1,000 Osun residents - Punch Newspapers

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You must have heard your moms saying “Too Much of Anything is Good For nothing”. Yes, it's true and to understand this you will never get a better example than Diabetes.You must have heard your moms saying “Too Much of Anything is Good For nothing”. Yes, it's true and to understand this you will never get a better example than Diabetes.

World Diabetes Day 2022: History, Theme and Reason to Celebrate This Day

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World Diabetes day (WDD) is an important healthcare event marked on 14 November every year to highlight the shooting prevalence of diabetes and its impact and educate people about the preventive tips of diabetes. It is estimated that 1 in 2 adults (44%), which is around 24 crore people, affected with diabetes remains undiagnosed, the majority of them suffered with type 2 diabetes, which can be prevented with few lifestyle changes and healthy dietary habits.World Diabetes day (WDD) is an important healthcare event marked on 14 November every year to highlight the shooting prevalence of diabetes and its impact and educate people about the preventive tips of diabetes. It is estimated that 1 in 2 adults (44%), which is around 24 crore people, affected with diabetes remains undiagnosed, the majority of them suffered with type 2 diabetes, which can be prevented with few lifestyle changes and healthy dietary habits.

World Diabetes Day 14 November 2022 - Theme, History & Importance