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Relation between fat consumption and mortality from colorectal neoplasms in the Venezuelan population


Archivos Latinoamericanos de Nutricion 42(2): 110-117
Relation between fat consumption and mortality from colorectal neoplasms in the Venezuelan population
The relation between mortality from neoplasms of the colon and rectum in different geographical regions of Venezuela and the intake of total fat, visible fat (vegetable oil, margarine, butter, mayonnaise) and invisible fat (that contained in other food) was studied.


Accession: 002477511



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