Roche and Jothydev’s Diabetes Research Centre to fight diabetes
Jothydev’s Diabetes Research Centres, Kerala is a pioneer in evidence based technologies, telemedicine and team based care
Roche and Jothydev’s Diabetes Research Centre (JDC) have their visions aligned in having a patient-centric approach to healthcare. The Centre of Excellence will deepen education and raise awareness about diabetes and the different ways it can be treated. Roche will facilitate training and education for healthcare professionals at this Centre in order to upgrade their skill sets by teaching them about iPDM (Integrated Personalised Diabetes Management), a new model of diabetes treatment. The company will also provide clinical research and patient support.
As per the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), about 425 million people are affected with DM worldwide, and this number is estimated to reach 629 million by the year 2045. India ranks second in the world, closely following China, with almost 73 million Indians living with diabetes. With a projected prevalence of over 134 million, India is estimated to surpass China by the year 2045.
Jothydev’s Diabetes Research Centres, Kerala is a pioneer in evidence based technologies, telemedicine and team based care with a proven track record over two decades.