Glycaemia, cognition, and type 2 diabetes

  • D. Claessens
  • S.L.C. Geijselaers
  • S.J.S. Sep

Abstract

Due to policy boundaries, the full paper cannot be shown. Instead, this paper provides anexplicatory background and a short discussion on previous literature concerning outcomesand pathophysiological theory.

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Published
2016-11-28