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Diabetes Education
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Diabetes is becoming a major problem in America. We talk about the issue and what we can do about it with Dr. Osama Hamdy. Dr. Hamdy is the author of The Diabetes Breakthrough.
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The Staying Young Show: Diabetes Education

Diabetes and weight management expert Osama Hamdy, M.D., Ph.D., reveals how you can reverse the course of your type 2 diabetes, lose weight for good and finally reclaim your health—in just 12 weeks!
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Osama Hamdy
Osama Hamdy, MD, PhD, FACE is the Medical Director of the Obesity Clinical Program, at Joslin Clinic and Director of Inpatient Diabetes Management. He is a Clinical Investigator and attending Adult Endocrinologist at Joslin Diabetes Center and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Hamdy is a co-investigator of 2 landmark studies; the National Diabetes Prevention Program and the Look AHEAD (Action for Health in Diabetes) Study. He translated the successful clinical research results of these lifestyle modification clinical trials into a clinical practice model through the initiation of the Why WAIT Program (Weight Achievement and Intensive Treatment), the world's first multidicplinary clinical practice model for diabetes weight management. Dr. Hamdy chaired the task force that developed the Joslin New Nutrition Guidelines and is a member of the Nutrition Guidelines Committee of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) that created the AACE Nutrition Guidelines for Healthy Americans, the Guidelines for Obesity Management and the Guidelines for Bariatric Surgery. Dr. Hamdy has over 100 peer-reviewed publications, book chapters and clinical proceedings about diabetes and obesity. He is a member of editorial review boards for several medical journals including JAMA, Diabetes Care, Expert Opinion Journals and Obesity Research.

The Diabetes Breakthrough