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Click below to access select presentations from the 75th Scientific Sessions.
 
President, Health Care & Education Address and Outstanding Educator in Diabetes Award Lecture
President, Medicine & Science Address and Banting Medal for Scientific Achievement Award Lecture
Fifty Years of Diabetes Research and Treatment
Diabetes Devices and Technologies—The Patient Experience (with Richard R Rubin Award Lecture)
National Scientific & Health Care Achievement Awards Presentation and Outstanding Scientific Achievement Award Lecture
Kelly West Award for Outstanding Achievement in Epidemiology Lecture

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Type 2 DM-Emerging Therapeutic Trends is OADs and Insulin Combinations
Clinical Issues in Type 2 Diabetes: Discussions & Debates Around GLP-1 Receptor Agonists
Complementary Treatments to Enhance Insulin Efficacy: Theory and Strategies
CV Outcomes with T2D Agents: Application of New Data and Key Takeaways for Your Type 2 Diabetes Practice
Managing the High Risk Patient – LDL and Beyond: Contemporary and Future Approaches
Reducing Residual CVD Risk: Shifting the Cholesterol Conversation Beyond Statin Therapy
The Changing Landscape of Insulin Treatment in Type 2 Diabetes Care
The Comprehensive Management of DM - Focus on SGLT2 Inhibitors and Combination Therapy - Emerging Concepts of Renal Effects
The Evolution of Insulin: Applying the Fundamentals of Insulin Physiology to build a Better Insulin

  These programs were held during Scientific Sessions, but were not part of the official 2015 ADA Scientific Sessions meeting.
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