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ABCD Meeting to Commemorate the Centenary of the First Administration of Insulin into a Human

100th Anniversary Meeting

This event was postponed from it's original January dates and will now be held on Monday 4th & Tuesday 5th July 2022.
All registered delegates should have received an email with further details, please contact if you have not received this message.
Registration for the July dates is open for those who do not already have a place.

On January 11th 1922 insulin was first used in the treatment of diabetes.  The insulin was administered to a 14 year old, Leonard Thompson, who had diabetes and was dying at the Toronto General Hospital. In memory of this landmark moment in the history of diabetes, ABCD has planned a special event at the Royal College of Physicians in London to commemorate the occasion. 

Put the date in your diary and register now!