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Diabetes Registry Launched In Goa

Chief Minister Digambar Kamat on Friday said that the State Government is creating conducive environment to tackle the growing problem of diabetes which is emerging as the most serious health problems in the state.
And the launch of Diabetes Registry will augment the effort in reaching out to thousands of people in Goa and thereby making a significant impact in the way diabetes is perceived, treated and managed in the state.
Goa Government in association with Novo Nordisk Education Foundation (NNEF) launched its first diabetes registry which will help Health Service Departments in the state to monitor the metabolic disease on a regular basis. Changing Diabetes Barometer will help to identify people at risk of diabetic complications and aid in reducing the gap between evidence based recommendations for care and clinical outcomes.
Speaking further Chief Minister stressed on the health policy of the Government and appealed to the public to avail of benefits of the new technique implemented.
Ambassador of Denmark to India Freddy Svane said that the launching of first Diabetes Registry by the state is commendable and further added that he is keen to ensure even closer cooperation between Danish and Indian Organizations in order to facilitate access to quality healthcare in India.
Health Minister Vishwajeet Rane said there is a need to create awareness and educate people about diabetes, and newly launched Registry is a crucial step towards this direction.
Goa Government in association with Novo Nordisk Education Foundation (NNEF) launched its first diabetes registry which will help Health Service Departments in the state to monitor the metabolic disease on a regular basis. Changing Diabetes Barometer will help to identify people at risk of diabetic complications and aid in reducing the gap between evidence based recommendations for care and clinical outcomes.

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