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Joint opinion of professional societies on pharmacological treatment of obesity

Martin Fried1, Dana Müllerová2, Martin Haluzík3, Petr Sucharda4, Jan Boženský5, Vojtěch Hainer6, Marie Kunešová6, Iva Málková7, Šárka Slabá8, Radka Taxová-Braunerová6, Petra Šrámková1, Pavol Holeczy5

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