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Population attributable fractions of the main type 2 diabetes risk factors in women: findings from the French E3N Cohort.

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Summary of "Population attributable fractions of the main type 2 diabetes risk factors in women: findings from the French E3N Cohort."

Though many type 2 diabetes (T2D) risk factors have been identified, little is known on their contributions to the diabetes burden at the population level.

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Name: Journal of diabetes
ISSN: 1753-0407
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