Diabetes and Exercise Research Papers
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Reference List
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29. Oskarsson PR, Lins PE, Wallberg HH, Adamson UC: Metabolic and hormonal responses to exercise in type 1 diabetic patients during continuous subcutaneous, as compared to continuous intraperitoneal, insulin infusion. Diabetes & Metabolism 25(6):491-7, 1999
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