Diabetology research is a branch of medicine that focuses on the study, diagnosis, and treatment of diabetes. It is a rapidly growing field of research and includes a variety of research topics, such as diagnosis and treatment strategies, the effects of lifestyle and environmental factors, clinical trials, research into new medications, and the use of technology for monitoring and managing diabetes. Diabetology research is a rapidly growing field of medical research.
The World Health Organization estimates that around 422 million people have diabetes, and that number is expected to increase in the coming years. As a result, medical researchers are continually looking for better ways to diagnose, treat, and manage diabetes. One of the main areas of focus in Diabetology research is the development of new medications and treatments. Researchers are exploring a variety of treatments and medications, including oral medications, insulin, and other insulin-based therapies. They are also looking into the use of alternative and complementary approaches such as acupuncture and lifestyle changes. Another important area of research is the study of the effects of lifestyle and environmental factors on diabetes. For example, researchers are looking into how diet, physical activity, and stress can affect diabetes.
KlinEra’s unique CRC model offers regional CRCs in the same city for each site. The utilization of these resources allows proactive study planning, start-up and patient recruitment which needs proper assessment and time for conducting oncology trial. Regional CRCs supports the Diabetology study team from the site in attaining enrolment targets and timelines.
The team here in KlinEra boasts of following specialized standard processes and services needed to execute oncology trial.