Submitted by idfeurope on Wed, 02/01/2017 - 14:44
We can /I can act to reduce the global burden of two major non communicable diseases: diabetes and cancer
Brussels 4 February 2017: Diabetes and cancer, two major causes of death and disability in Europe have much in common, including the fact that they are highly preventable. It is time to act individually and collectively!
Diabetes and cancer: a deadly relation
Submitted by idfeurope on Tue, 12/20/2016 - 11:10
In 2016, three Awards have been assigned: one for a Young Researcher, (sponsored by AstraZeneca) one for an association, in recognition of its
Submitted by idfeurope on Fri, 12/16/2016 - 10:07
Efforts must be made to support the health of the most vulnerable in Europe
Brussels 18 December 2016.
Millions of people are moving within and into Europe every year. They are often vulnerable and their health is not sufficiently protected. Efforts must be made to support them.
Submitted by idfeurope on Mon, 12/05/2016 - 13:38
We are happy to share with you a scientific article which has been recently published in Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, an official journal of IDF.
Title: The prevalence and treatment patterns of diabetes in the Greek population based on real-world data from the nation-wide prescription database
2013 – Ms Krisztina Lukacs (Hungary)
How did you hear about the IDF Europe Prize in diabetes and what motivated you apply?
2015 – Dr Barbara Ludwig (Germany)
What has been the impact of the IDF Europe Prize on your research career?
The IDF Europe award was of exceptional significance for our whole group and personally a wonderful acknowledgement of the daily work in this field.
Which charity benefited from your €10,000 prize donation? Why did you choice this one? Do you know what your donation helped achieve?