Is bariatric surgery a serious solution to the diabesity epidemic?

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Haines, Matthew ; Rajeswaran, Chinnodorai ; Ramasamy, Mohan ; Hastings, Debbie
  • Publisher: British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences
  • Subject: Q1 | R1
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