Can 15 LB reverse diabetes?

Davis, James; R.M.D.
November 1995
Cortlandt Forum;11/25/95, Vol. 8 Issue 11, p87
Answers the question on studies proving that small weight loss can reverse adult-onset diabetes mellitus. Indication of the little effect of a small amount of weight loss.


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