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COVID-19: What could happen next?
What happens next with COVID-19? It's complicated... Once infected with COVID-19, the illness can cause devastating complications which we don't yet understand.

Our forum will give you the chance to interact with our panel of diabetes and neurology experts, who discuss the urgent need to know the extent and causes of new-onset and dysfunction with diabetes and neurological conditions. They'll outline how registries are vital to provide the best interventions and management for treatment, and to understand the potential longer-term impact on the health of people who have been infected.

Prof Christina Mitchell will give an overview; Paul Zimmet AO will discuss the first time onset of diabetes after COVID-19; and Dr Elspeth Hutton and Dr Robb Wesselingh will talk about neurological complications. Prof Terry O'Brien is moderating.

Monash University and Maccabi Life are proud to partner in supporting this event.
See more: https://www.monash.edu/medicine/ccs/events/covid-19-what-could-happen-next

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Dec 9, 2020 07:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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