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Arab Health 2024 Highlights Diabetes Innovations and Insights

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Dubai- Arab Health 2024 is gearing up to tackle the pressing issue of diabetes in the UAE and the broader Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. With the diabetes device market in the UAE expected to reach over AED781m in 2030, the event aims to showcase the latest technologies, devices, and insights from industry experts.

The region is witnessing a surge in diabetes, with 1.19 million UAE residents diagnosed, constituting around 18.9% of the population. The MENA region faces a diabetes challenge, affecting 73 million people, and projected to rise to over 135 million by 2045, according to the International Diabetes Federation.

Arab Health 2024, scheduled from January 31 to February 1, will feature a dedicated diabetes conference track, including renowned speakers such as Dr. Laith Al-Rubaiy and Prof. Khalid Al Rubeaan. Topics will range from Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes 2024 to the impact of diabetes on the Gulf States.

Furthermore, Speaking ahead of World Diabetes Day, Ross Williams, Exhibition Director for Informa Markets, said: “We are committed to playing a pivotal role in advancing the dialogue on diabetes by bringing together global experts and providing a platform to exchange insights, research, and develop innovative solutions. Several exhibitors this year will be showcasing cutting-edge technology and treatments vital in reducing diabetes rates in the UAE and across the Middle East. Empowering global health is at the core of what we are doing at Arab Health and is crucial in combating diabetes and improving the lives of countless individuals.”

The exhibition aims to be a crucial platform for global experts to exchange insights and develop innovative solutions. Exhibitors, including New Country Healthcare and Prahem Laboratories, will present the latest medicines and technology for diabetes management.

CME Conferences

Arab Health 2024 also offers a comprehensive learning experience for medical professionals with 10 Continuing Medical Education (CME) conferences. To ensure meaningful business and learning opportunities, the event introduces a fee for entry, free access for early registrants before January 3, 2024, and subsequent fees of AED100 and AED200 for onsite registration.

Register here for free before the 4th of Jan 2024:

Also Read: Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 on Display at the Global Health Exhibition

Supported by key government entities like the UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention and the Dubai Health Authority, Arab Health 2024 reaffirms its commitment to addressing global health challenges and advancing diabetes management understanding.

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