It’s definitely time to consider diet in its ultra-processing form as a major risk factor for thrombotic vascular disorders

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Bonaccio, M., Iacoviello, L., & Donati, M. B. (2023). It’s definitely time to consider diet in its ultra-processing form as a major risk factor for thrombotic vascular disorders. Bleeding, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology, 2(3).


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