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Weight reduction and improvements in endothelial function: combating the "obesity paradox" in coronary heart disease

Weight reduction and improvements in endothelial function: combating the "obesity paradox" in coronary heart disease

Chest 140(6): 1395-1396

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PMID: 22147812

DOI: 10.1378/chest.11-1889

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