Indira Maisnam discusses the current knowledge of obesity in diabetes and the effects some treatments have on weight management.
1) Why do you think that the effect of pharmacotherapy in obesity for weight loss is just satisfactory and not excellent? (0:12)
2) What are the other options that we may explore? (1:07)
3) How does the adipose tissue work in the homeostasis of body weight? (1:33)
4) Do the treatments that are currently available for diabetes effect adipose tissue? (2:25)
5) What is in the pipeline with regards to adipose tissue? (3:20)
Speaker disclosure: Indira Maisnam has nothing to disclose in relation to this video interview.
Filmed at the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) annual meeting, Berlin, Germany, 2018
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