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Dietary Aspects of Treatment

  • P. M. Dodson
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Abstract

I saw a cartoon where a doctor says to his patient “Madam, I cannot guarantee a cure, but I can offer a change of side effects”.

Keywords

Mild Hypertension Dietary Advice Sodium Restriction Diabetic Hypertensive Patient Diabetic Diet 
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