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Rise of Coronary Heart Disease in the 20 th Century

@inproceedings{Enig2012RiseOC,
  title={Rise of Coronary Heart Disease in the 20 th Century},
  author={Mary G. Enig},
  year={2012}
}
Rise of Coronary Heart Disease in the 20th Century The "Evidence" for the Lipid Hypothesis Hydrogenation and Trans Fats Shenanigans at the AHA Shenanigans at the FDA Shenanigans in Congress Enig Speaks Out The Food Giants Fight Back How Much Trans Fat Is "Normal"? Cat and Mouse Games in the Journals Lipid Research Clinics Trial National Cholesterol Consensus Conference Cholesterol Screening for Everyone National Food Processors Association Conference Other Research on Trans Fats '90s See the… 

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