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Teneligliptina y dieta eficaces en el control de la hiperglucemia

Los autores consideran que la asociación de la teneligliptina con los cambios en los hábitos dietarios mejora el perfil de control de la glucemia en estos pacientes
Autor/a: Kadowaki T, Haneda M, Sasaki K y colaboradore Advances in Therapy 35(6):1-15, Jun 2018
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