Comment on the systematic review and meta-analysis titled “Gestational diabetes and the risk of cardiovascular disease in women”

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Paschou, S.A., Sydney, G.I., Ioakim, K.J. et al. Comment on the systematic review and meta-analysis titled “Gestational diabetes and the risk of cardiovascular disease in women”. Hormones 19, 447–448 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s42000-019-00158-w

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