Bahrain sets up international diabetes centre:
This article was originally published in Clinica
An international diabetes centre is to be set up in Bahrain at a cost of BD2.5m ($6.6m). A building contract for the Joslin Diabetes Centre Affiliate-Bahrain has been awarded to Key Construction and the project is expected to take one year. The centre will contain six specialist sections, including departments for general diabetes, eye-, cardiovascular-, foot- and kidney- conditions, paediatrics and diabetes during pregnancy. It will also contain departments for radiology, dietetics and a laboratory, reports the Gulf Daily News.
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