17 min

Diabetes 360: Season 3, Episode 11 - Dr. Christine Doucette is studying the increase in cases of type 2 diabetes in children from remote Indigenous communities Diabetes Canada Podcast

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Dr. Christine Doucette is a scientist who studies beta cell development to help people with diabetes. She is part of a team at the Children’s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba that is looking at a surge in type 2 diabetes cases in children and youth in Northern Manitoba’s Indigenous communities. She discusses how her team in the lab collaborates with the physician scientists in the clinic to better understand what’s happening and to work towards solutions.

Dr. Christine Doucette is a scientist who studies beta cell development to help people with diabetes. She is part of a team at the Children’s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba that is looking at a surge in type 2 diabetes cases in children and youth in Northern Manitoba’s Indigenous communities. She discusses how her team in the lab collaborates with the physician scientists in the clinic to better understand what’s happening and to work towards solutions.

17 min

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