Aims & Scope
Current Diabetes Reviews publishes full-length/mini-reviews, original research articles, drug clinical trial studies, and guest-edited issues on all the latest advances on diabetes and its related areas dedicated to clinical research, e.g., pharmacology, pathogenesis, complications, epidemiology, clinical care, and therapy. It also includes topics related to diabetic complications such as retinopathy, neuropathy, nephropathy, renal failure and impotence, hypertension, gastrointestinal disorders, hearing impairment, hyperlipidemia, vascular and coronary heart diseases. Articles related to pancreatic islet dysfunction and insulin resistance, adipose tissue function, and glucose homeostasis are also covered. The journal is essential reading for all researchers and clinicians who are involved in the field of diabetes.
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Current Diabetes Reviews Journal was launched in 2005. Dr. Norman E. Cameron serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the journal.
Growing Burden of Diabetes in Sub- Saharan Africa: Contribution of Pesticides ?, 2013 : 9 ( 6 ); 437 - 449
Colette Sylvie Azandjeme, Michèle Bouchard, Benjamin Fayomi, Francois Djrolo, Dismand Houinato and Hélène Delisle.
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"Current Diabetes Reviews fills a unique niche in the medical literature by publishing timely, high-quality reviews of clinically-relevant topics that have tremendous and immediate utility for the practicing clinician and the academician alike."
David G. Armstrong
Rosalind Franklin Univ., USA
Thank you very much for the work you have done to publish my manuscript. I had an enjoyable publishing experience with you! We are very grateful for your help with the publication process and your friendly and prompt responses to our queries. I really appreciate the detailed comments from the cooperative editors/reviewers and the fast processing of my manuscript.
Hira Abdul Razzak
(Statistics and Research Centre, Ministry of Health and Prevention, United Arab Emirates.)