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References: 1. Product package insert. July 2000. 2. LoCicero KR. The Role of Hormones in Weight Management. NutriNews 2007;8(6):1-8. 3. Munro JF, MacCuish AC, Wilson EM, et al. Comparison of Continuous and Intermittent Anoretic Therapy in Obesity. Br Med J 1968;1:352-354. 4. Glazer G. Longterm pharmacotherapy of obesity 2000. A Review of Efficacy and Safety. Arch Intern Med 2001;161:1814-1824. 5. Nackers LM, Ross KM, Perri MG. The Association Between Rate of Initial Weight Loss and Long-Term Success in Obesity Treatment: Does Slow and Steady Win The Race? Int J Behav Med; Published online 5 May 2010. DOI: 10.1007/s12529-010-9092-y.

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References: 1. Jung RT. Obesity as a disease. Br Med Bull 1997;53(2):307-321. 2. Product package insert. July 2000. 3. LoCicero KR. The Role of Hormones in Weight Management. NutriNews 2007;8(6):1-8. 4. Munro JF, MacCuish AC, Wilson EM, et al. Comparison of Continuous and Intermittent Anoretic Therapy in Obesity. Br Med J 1968;1:352-354. 5. Glazer G. Long-term pharmacotherapy of obesity 2000. A Review of Efficacy and Safety. Arch Intern Med 2001;161:1814-1824. 6. Nackers LM, Ross KM, Perri MG. The Association Between Rate of Initial Weight Loss and Long-Term Success in Obesity Treatment: Does Slow and Steady Win The Race? Int J Behav Med; Published online 5 May 2010. DOI: 10.1007/s12529-010-9092-y.

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References: 1. Jung RT. Obesity as a disease. Br Med Bull 1997;53(2):307-321. 2. Product package insert. July 2000. 3. LoCicero KR. The Role of Hormones in Weight Management. NutriNews 2007;8(6):1-8. 4. Munro JF, MacCuish AC, Wilson EM, et al. Comparison of Continuous and Intermittent Anoretic Therapy in Obesity. Br Med J 1968;1:352-354. 5. Glazer G. Long-term pharmacotherapy of obesity 2000. A Review of Efficacy and Safety. Arch Intern Med 2001;161:1814-1824. 6. Nackers LM, Ross KM, Perri MG. The Association Between Rate of Initial Weight Loss and Long-Term Success in Obesity Treatment: Does Slow and Steady Win The Race? Int J Behav Med; Published online 5 May 2010. DOI: 10.1007/s12529-010-9092-y.