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10/01/2019

Dr Ka Ka Ting, a researcher within Centenary’s Vascular Biology Program, has had one of her images featured on the front cover of scientific journal Diabetologia.

Recently, Dr Ting led a study which found a novel drug (developed by Centenary scientists) could be used to effectively treat diabetic retinopathy; the main cause of blindness from diabetes.

This paper was also published in Diabetologia.

Congratulations Dr Ting on your wonderful success!

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