Changing Lives

September 2006
Good Medicine;Fall2006, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p7
The article profiles Vance Warren and Nancy Boughn, two Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine study participants who were assigned to the vegan diet intervention. Warren is a former police offer who was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. The medical history of Boughn as a diabetic is discussed.


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