Endocrine Today


The following articles appeared in the print edition of ENDOCRINE TODAY.

Table of Contents

Open adrenalectomy viable option in adrenocortical cancer

Business of Endocrinology

If we use evidence-based medicine, why not evidence-based policy?

Richard Dolinar, MD

Cover Story

As insulin nears 10th decade of discovery, experts reflect


Third-party payers fail to respect the endocrinologist as a specialist

David S.H. Bell, MD

Imaging Analysis

CASTLE: Cancer of the thyroid showing thymus-like differentiation

Stephanie L. Lee, MD, PhD, ECNU

In the Journals

Pathways may identify targets for treating poorly differentiated, anaplastic thyroid cancer

New class of estrogen agents show promise in menopause treatment

Lycopene-rich diet increased adiponectin, may protect against breast cancer

Look AHEAD: Intensive lifestyle intervention aided weight-loss management

Increased testosterone testing found in men with normal hormone levels

Tight glycemic control failed to benefit pediatric ICU patients

Hypothyroidism not associated with mild cognitive impairment

High levels of serum testosterone weakened response to flu vaccine

Exercise training modestly improved insulin levels of children, adolescents

EURODIAB: High, low HbA1c levels increased risk for all-cause mortality

Consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages increased endometrial cancer risk

Bazedoxifene/conjugated estrogens yielded low endometrial hyperplasia rates, improved BMD

Bardoxolone increased risk for CV events in patients with diabetes, CKD

Higher BMI in type 2 diabetes did not improve all-cause mortality risk

USPSTF: Insufficient evidence on screening for gestational diabetes before 24 weeks

Industry News

Google developing smart contact lens for glucose monitoring in diabetes