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Christopher Romero, MD

Uncovering the Genetics of Problem Pituitaries

Tumors, head trauma and, less commonly, the radiation or surgery used to treat them can turn a pituitary gland into a dark star.

 
David Cooke, MD

Interview: David Cooke on Klinefelter’s

Had he been practicing some 40 years ago, pediatric endocrinologist David Cooke’s profile of patients with Kleinfelter syndrome would’ve differed sharply from today’s view.

 
Pediatric nurse educator Loretta Clark teaches patients how to use the latest technology to manage their diabetes

Personalizing Diabetes Care

People with type 1 diabetes have to learn how to deal with their disease. Those that manage their blood sugar well know the intricate dance of how to deal with a variety of situations: a serving of a coworker’s birthday cake, playing sports, dealing with a bout of stomach flu.

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