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Lifestyle Change Influences on GERD in Japan: A Study of Participants in a Health Examination Program

By Tetsuya Murao, Kouichi Sakurai, Syuuichi Mihara, Toru Marubayashi, Yoshitaka Murakami and Yutaka Sasaki
Topics: Original Article
Publisher: Springer US
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