The Mediterranean diet, fish oil supplements and Rheumatoid arthritis outcomes: evidence from clinical trials.

@article{Petersson2018TheMD,
  title={The Mediterranean diet, fish oil supplements and Rheumatoid arthritis outcomes: evidence from clinical trials.},
  author={Sara Danuta Petersson and Elena Philippou and Carrie Rodomar and Elena Nikiphorou},
  journal={Autoimmunity reviews},
  year={2018},
  volume={17 11},
  pages={
          1105-1114
        }
}

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