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Pima Indians: Pathfinders for Health
Jane DeMouy, Joan Chamberlain, Mary Harris, & Lorraine H. Marchand (ed). Details three decades of cooperative research between the Pima Indians & the National Institutes of Health in the search for the causes, prevention & treatment of diabetes. The Pima history of marriage & continued residence within the Gila River Indian Reservation community has provided a unique research environment for studying the root causes & progression of the disease through several generations of many families. Documents the ways in which the ongoing research has aided the Pima Indians in understanding the causes of diabetes & the ways in which they can control its onset & progression. Photos.
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