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Comment on Stegman et al. High-intensity statin therapy alters the natural history of diabetic coronary atherosclerosis: insights from SATURN. Diabetes Care 2014;37:3114-3120


, : Comment on Stegman et al. High-intensity statin therapy alters the natural history of diabetic coronary atherosclerosis: insights from SATURN. Diabetes Care 2014;37:3114-3120. Diabetes Care 38(2): E27-E27


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