Olive oil and health: summary of the II international conference on olive oil and health consensus report, Jaén and Córdoba (Spain) 2008.

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  title={Olive oil and health: summary of the II international conference on olive oil and health consensus report, Ja{\'e}n and C{\'o}rdoba (Spain) 2008.},
  author={Jos{\'e} L{\'o}pez-Miranda and Francisco Perez-Jimenez and Eduardo Ros and Raffaele de Caterina and Lina Badim{\'o}n and Maribel I Covas and Eduard Escrich and J. M. Ordov{\'a}s and Federico C. Soriguer and Rocio Abia and Catalino Alarc{\'o}n De la Lastra and Maurizio Antonio Battino and Dolores Corella and J Chamorro-Quir{\'o}s and Javier Delgado-Lista and Dario Giugliano and Katherine Esposito and Ram{\'o}n Estruch and J. M. Fernandez-Real and Jos{\'e} Juan Gaforio and Carlo la Vecchia and Denis Lairon and Fernando L{\'o}pez-Segura and Pedro Mata and J. Angel Men{\'e}ndez and Francisco J. G. Muriana and Jes{\'u}s Osada and Demosthenes B. Panagiotakos and Juan A Paniagua and Pablo P{\'e}rez-Mart{\'i}nez and J.S. Perona and Mar{\'i}a Angeles Peinado and M Pineda-Priego and Henrik Enghusen Poulsen and Jos{\'e} Luis Quiles and MCarmen Ramirez-Tortosa and Juan Ruano and Lu{\'i}s Serra-Majem and Rosa Sol{\`a} and Montserrat Solanas and Vincenzo Solfrizzi and R. De la Torre-Fornell and Antonia Trichopoulou and Marino Uceda and J M Villalba-Montoro and J R Villar-Ortiz and Francesco Visioli and Nikos Yiannakouris},
  journal={Nutrition, metabolism, and cardiovascular diseases : NMCD},
  year={2010},
  volume={20 4},
  pages={
          284-94
        }
}

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