The Vicious Cycle of Diabetes and Cancer
Dates and Times
Start: 10/6/2021 8:00 AM
End: 10/6/2021 9:00 AM
1. Explain the ways in which immune checkpoint inhibitors can cause hyperglycemia.
2. Know how to diagnose immune checkpoint inhibitor mediated hyperglycemia.
3. Describe how tyrosine kinase inhibitors may impact glucose control.
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Maintenance of Certification
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