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Do you have questions about diabetes? Come and meet the scientists, clinicians and nurses who are working to improve the lives of people living with the condition.

Credit: Elisa Vergari

From the RDM Image Competition 2015.

The Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism are opening their doors to celebrate World Diabetes Day. Join them from 2-6pm on 18 Novemberto find out about the latest research into type 1 and type 2 diabetes – from investigating the causes to finding new treatments. As well as interactive stalls from OCDEM research teams and clinical staff, Prof Fredrik Karpe will be giving a public talk about his research into different types of fat and the links to diabetes.

New! We'll be lighting up Magdalen College Oxford blue to raise diabetes awareness for World Diabetes Day on 14 November.

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