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$2 million grant spurs new effort to fight diabetes - The Keck School of Medicine and Childrens Hospital Los Angeles will begin a new initiative to identify and address the interrelated factors that lead to obesity and diabetes in East Los Angeles and South Los Angeles.
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Dr. Peters has a new book out entitled Conquering Diabetes - A Cutting Edge, Comprehensive Program for Prevention and Treatment
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Dr. Peters is featured in the PBS series Remaking American Medicine - Healthcare in the 21st Century
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The PROACTIVE study has proven what we believed all along - that taking Actos along with your other diabetes medications can help lower your risk of death, heart attack and stroke. Speak with your diabetes physician to see if Actos might be helpful in the treatment of your diabetes.
 

 
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Byetta (exenatide) has proven to be very helpful in the treatment of type 2 diabetes. It is the first diabetes drug that both lowers blood sugar levels as well as weight, which are both desirable effects in treating overweight people with diabetes. For more information go to www.amylin.com.
 

 
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Lantus insulin is finally available in a pen! Ask your diabetes provider for a demonstration.
 

 
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At the new Robertson location we are sharing an office with Dr. Pejman Cohan. Dr. Cohan was on the faculty at UCLA for the past several years and is now in private practice. He is an endocrinologist with a special interest in pituitary disorders.
 

 
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Updated diabetes information, including travel advice can be found at www.diabetes.org.
 
 
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Drs. Peters and Mathur have a textbook on diabetes for healthcare professionals entitled Davidson's Diabetes Mellitus, 5th Edition
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Welcome to the USC Clinical Diabetes Programs.
 
Whether you have just been diagnosed with diabetes, have had it for a long time or just want to know if you have diabetes, we can help you. We can also help you prevent getting diabetes if you are at risk. We offer a full range of services, located at two sites—at the USC Health Sciences Campus, near downtown Los Angeles and at the USC Westside Center for Diabetes, located on Robertson Boulevard in Beverly Hills. Our dietitians and diabetes educators can help counsel you on healthy ways and flexible approaches to managing your diabetes and your diet. Referrals to a wide variety of specialists can be arranged, to provide you complete health care.
 
Our three centers are:
 
 USC Center for Diabetes and Metabolic Diseases located at:
USC Ambulatory Health Center
1355 San Pablo Street
Los Angeles, CA 90033
 USC Westside Center for Diabetes is now at its
new location:

150 N. Robertson Blvd., Suite #210
Beverly Hills, California 90211-2142


(310) 657-3030 phone
(310) 657-9777 fax

 Roybal Community Health Center located at:
245 South Fetterly Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90022
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