Vogelsang, Arthur
April 1970
Angiology;Apr1970, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p275
Academic Journal
Studies the effect of alpha;-tocopherol on certain types of heart diseases. Impact of the study on physicians; Difference on the synergism between alpha;-tocopherol and digitalis products; Method for the tocopherol treatment in several diseases; Use of proper medical measures for tocopherol treatment of diseases.


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