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UK Prospective Diabetes Study

The United Kingdom Prospective Diabetes Study (UKPDS)[1] was the largest clinical research study into diabetes ever conducted at the time.[2] The study was conceived by Professor Robert Turner at Oxford University in 1976, conducted in the UK in 1977-1997, and published main results in 1998.

See also

Diabetes Control and Complications Trial

References

External links

  • Official UKPDS web site
  • NGSP website


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