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d-Fenfluramine selectively suppresses carbohydrate snacking by obese subjects.

Wurtman J, Wurtman R, Mark S, Tsay R, Gilbert W, Growdon J. d-Fenfluramine selectively suppresses carbohydrate snacking by obese subjects. Int J Eat Disord. 1985; 4(1):89-99.

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