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2006The fraction of ischaemic heart disease and stroke attributable to smoking in the WHO Western Pacific and South-East Asian regions.Huxley, Rachel; Lam, Thomas; Martiniuk, Alexandra; Woodward, Mark; Asia, P c; Gu, Dongfeng; Jamrozik, Konrad; Lee, Crystal M.Y.; Suh, Il; The George Institute for International Health; Western Clinical School: Surgery; School of Public Health: Public Health; The George Institute for International HealthThe fraction of ischaemic heart disease and stroke attributable to smoking in the WHO Western Pacific and South-East Asian regions., Tobacco Control 2005, vol.15,(3),2006,pp 181-188
2007Prevalence of diabetes mellitus and population attributable fractions for coronary heart disease and stroke mortality in the WHO South-East Asia and Western Pacific regionsHuxley, Rachel; Martiniuk, Alexandra; Woodward, Mark; Lam, Tai Hing; Lee, Crystal M.Y.; Pan, Wen-Harn; Ueshema, Hirotsugu; Welborn, Timothy A.; The George Institute for Global Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; The George Institute for Global HealthPrevalence of diabetes mellitus and population attributable fractions for coronary heart disease and stroke mortality in the WHO South-East Asia and Western Pacific regions, Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition, vol.16, 1, 2007,pp 187-192
2007Waist circumference thresholds provide an accurate, simple and widely applicable method for the discrimination of diabetesBarzi, Federica; Caterson, Ian; Huxley, Rachel; Woodward, Mark; Azizi, Fereidoun; Gill, Timothy; James, Philip; Kang, JH; Lam, Tai Hing; Lear, Scott; Lee, Crystal M.Y.; Oh, SW; Patel, J; Shaw, Jonathan; Suriyawongpaisal, Paibul; Zimmet, Paul Z; The George Institute for International Health; Molecular & Microbial Bioscien; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International HealthWaist circumference thresholds provide an accurate, simple and widely applicable method for the discrimination of diabetes, Diabetes Care, vol.30,(12),2007,pp 3116-3118