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Korean J Obes 2014; 23(1): 20-22

Published online March 30, 2014

Copyright © Korean Society for the Study of Obesity.

Heavy Metal and Obesity

Sang Woo Oh*

Department of Family Medicine, Dongguk University Ilsan Hospital

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