Diabetes and impaired glucose tolerance in women aged 20-39 years / World Health Organization Ad Hoc Diabetes Reporting Group ; prepared by Hilary King and Marian Rewers
King, Hilary & Rewers, Marian. (1992). Diabetes and impaired glucose tolerance in women aged 20-39 years / World Health Organization Ad Hoc Diabetes Reporting Group ; prepared by Hilary King and Marian Rewers. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/49352
World health statistics quarterly 1992 ; 45(4) : 321-327
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