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Pancreatic Pathology of Human Type 1 Diabetes Session

Session Highlights

It was standing room only at this popular session at the 76th Scientific Sessions in New Orleans. ADA TV interviewed the Chair, Martha L. Campbell Thompson, DVM, PhD, about the key points of the session and we also gathered takeaways from attendees.

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