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At the Diabetes UK Conference which was held last week in Manchester Professor Anna Gloyn took part in a special session celebrating Diabetes UK funded fellows past and present.

At the Diabetes UK Conference which was held last week in Manchester Professor Anna Gloyn took part in a special session celebrating Diabetes UK funded fellows past and present.  For more information see” Handing over the baton in diabetes research, by Kotryna Temcinaite – Diabetes UK Blogs”

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