How does bariatric/metabolic surgery control diabetes
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Mechanisms of surgery

The program of the WCITT2D 2015 provides a comprehensive coverage of the latest research findings on the mechanisms of action of bariatric/metabolic surgery. World leading scientists will also review current evidence on the functioning of the gastrointestinal tract and its role in the physiology and pathophysiology of glucose homeostasis.

Do not miss the opportunity to hear about the latest research on mechanisms of action of surgery directly from the world leading authorities in the field.



Click here for the full scientific program and distinguished Faculty of WCITT2D 2015 and DSS-II

A game-changer event for metabolic and diabetes surgery

Watch these short interviews with co-directors Francesco Rubino and Phil Schauer to hear why the joint WCITT2D 2015 and DSS-II is an event not to be missed for all bariatric/metabolic surgeons, endocrinologists, researchers, GPs and policy-makers.

Join us in London and give your input to the development of new clinical guidelines that will influence the practice of metabolic surgery and diabetes care for years to come.

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