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The Diabetes Intervention Study (DIS): a cooperative multi-intervention trial with newly manifested type II diabetics: preliminary results

, : The Diabetes Intervention Study (DIS): a cooperative multi-intervention trial with newly manifested type II diabetics: preliminary results. Monographs on Atherosclerosis 13: 98-103

Accession: 041557134

PMID: 3911062

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