July / August
EDITOR'S PAGE

By Conni Bergmann Koury, Editor-in-Chief

NEWS
July / August 2005

TODAY'S PRACTICE

America’s Diabetes Health is in Jeopardy
By Conni Bergmann Koury, Editor-in-Chief

ISSUES IN DIABETES

Previously Sedentary Patients Should Walk 3 Miles Daily
By Pierpaolo De Feo, MD

Blood Pressure Drug Decreases Diabetes Risk
Reviewed by Kenneth A. Jamerson, MD

NEUROPATHY

Primary Care Physicians Tend to Underestimate Neuropathy
Reviewed by William H. Herman, MD, MPH

Adjunctive Therapies for Diabetic Foot Infections
By Benjamin A. Lipsky, MD

Onychomycosis in the Patient with Diabetes
By Warren S. Joseph, DPM

RETINOPATHY

Intravitreal Triamcinolone for DME Shows Lasting Efficacy
By Laura Suarez, Associate Editor

Simultaneous Macular, Peripheral Imaging May be Superior
By Laura Suarez, Associate Editor

Macugen Improved Vision, Reduced Macular Thickness
By Laura Suarez, Associate Editor

NEPHROPATHY

Kidney-Pancreas or Kidney-Islet Transplant Increased Function
Reviewed by Antonio Secchi, MD

Pancreas Transplant Alone Can Improve Diabetic Nephropathy
By Piero Marchetti, MD, PhD

Conference Coverage

Industry News and Innovations

Conference Calendar

5 Questions With Geri Winkler