Gestational diabetes mellitus: A window of opportunity

Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism
Sanjay KalraMathew John

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Jun 16, 2012·Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism·Angadi Rajasab NiloferSyed Ahmed Zaki
Jun 4, 2014·Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health·Catherine ChamberlainChris M Reid
Jan 15, 2013·Diabetes/metabolism Research and Reviews·Catherine ChamberlainSandra Eades
Apr 30, 2014·The Australian & New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology·Catherine ChamberlainSandra Eades
Nov 8, 2014·Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health·Catherine ChamberlainRory Wolfe
Feb 28, 2015·Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics·Sekar KanthimathiVenkatesan Radha

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