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Obesidad y diabetes en la población vulnerable
El concepto de sindemia y la propuesta de un modelo dinámico para la prevención en pacientes vulnerables.
Autor: Dra. Lucy M. Candib. Fuente: Traducción y resumen objetivo: Dra. Marta Papponetti. Especialista en Medicina Interna. Ann Fam Med 2007;5:547-556. DOI: 10.1370/afm.754.
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