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Glucose intolerance major risk factors and 5 year coronary heart disease mortality of middle aged white men findings of the chicago heart association detection project in industry



Glucose intolerance major risk factors and 5 year coronary heart disease mortality of middle aged white men findings of the chicago heart association detection project in industry



Circulation Suppl 54(2): II-225




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