The link between family history and risk of type 2 diabetes is not explained by anthropometric, lifestyle or genetic risk factors: The EPIC-InterAct study

R. A. Scott, C. Langenberg, S. J. Sharp, P. W. Franks, O. Rolandsson, D. Drogan, Y. T. van der Schouw, U. Ekelund, N. D. Kerrison, E. Ardanaz, L. Arriola, B. Balkau, A. Barricarte, I. Barroso, B. Bendinelli, J. W.J. Beulens, H. Boeing, B. de Lauzon-Guillain, P. Deloukas, G. FagherazziC. Gonzalez, S. J. Griffin, L. C. Groop, J. Halkjaer, J. M. Huerta, R. Kaaks, K. T. Khaw, V. Krogh, P. M. Nilsson, T. Norat, K. Overvad, S. Panico, L. Rodriguez-Suarez, D. Romaguera, I. Romieu, C. Sacerdote, M. J. Sánchez, A. M.W. Spijkerman, B. Teucher, A. Tjonneland, R. Tumino, D. L. van der A, P. A. Wark, M. I. McCarthy, E. Riboli, N. J. Wareham

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