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Published on 11.12.14 in Vol 2, No 4 (2014): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "A Low-Intensity Mobile Health Intervention With and Without Health Counseling for Persons With Type 2 Diabetes, Part 1: Baseline and Short-Term Results From a Randomized Controlled Trial in the Norwegian Part of RENEWING HEALTH"

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