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Patients' Knowledge About Fats and Cholesterol in the Community Cholesterol Survey Project

Robert B. Kelly, MD, MS; Judith A. Hazey; Shelly H. McMahon, RD

Arch Fam Med. 1992;1(1):75-81.

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