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Dr Peter Watkins

Honorary Consultant Physician,
Kings College Hospital,
London, England
Monday, July 20, 2009

Dr Peter Watkins is honorary consultant physician at King's College Hospital, London. For many years he was head of the Diabetes Centre at King's College Hospital. His special areas of research have been in diabetic neuropathy and diabetic nephropathy. He was previously chairman of the medical and scientific section of the British Diabetic Association (now Diabetes UK) and gave the Banting memorial lecture in 1997. He is now editor of the Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of London.

Queries Answerd by Peter Watkins
Should I be worried about my blood sugar values?
How can I get a better control over my diabetes?
Why does my blood sugar level fall drastically?
Can a diabetic patient with high cholesterol take nuts?
Diabetes - weakness
How can microalbuminuria be controlled?
What is the cause for lethargy in a diabetic patient?
Diabetes - determining tests
How can my ageing mother's diabetes be controlled?
Can alcohol affect blood sugar readings in diabetics?
I want to regain the weight I lost on starting insulin?
How is steroid induced diabetes diagnosed?
Diabetes - sugar in urine
Diabetic with severe foot infection
Controlling diabetes
How can I lose weight?
Is my leg pain due to diabetic neuropathy?
Is swelling of feet due to diabetes curable?
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