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Actions of ethnobotanically selected Cree anti-diabetic plants on human cytochrome P450 isoforms and flavin-containing monooxygenase 3... 2009.
Bush food contamination and public health policy.. Suppl:699-703.. 1991.
Comprehensive computerized diabetes registry; Serving the Cree of Eeyou Istchee (eastern James Bay).. 1999.
Comprehensive evidence-based assessment and prioritization of potential antidiabetic medicinal plants: a case study from canadian eastern james bay cree traditional medicine.. 2012:893426.. 2012.
Decreased activity of desaturase 5 in association with obesity and insulin resistance aggravates declining long-chain n-3 fatty acid status in Cree undergoing dietary transition.. 102(6):888-94.. 2009.
The effect of natural health products and traditional medicines on the activity of human hepatic microsomal-mediated metabolism of oseltamivir.. J Pharm Pharm Sci. 13(1):43-55.. 2010.
Effects of diabetes on the health of the Cree of Eeyou Istchee : what can be learned from linking the Cree Diabetes Information System (CDIS) with the Quebec Diabetes Surveillance System (QDSS).. 2004.
Human exposure as a monitor of environmental contamination: its possibilities and limitations as illustrated by the case of methylmercury in northern Quebec.. Suppl:712-4.. 1991.
Patient partnership approach to diabetes care in Eeyou Istchee: Identifying barriers and facilitators (pilot project).. 2015.
Prevalence of Diabetes and Diabetes-related Complications in First Nations Communities in Northern Quebec (Eeyou Istchee), Canada. 32(1):46-52.. 2008.
Room for improvement in diabetes care among First Nations in northern Quebec (Eeyou Istchee): reasonable management of glucose but poor management of complications.. 71:1-8.. 2012.
Use of Services and Complications Among the Cree Population with Diabetes: A Linkage study with Québec administrative data.. 2011.
Using participatory action research to understand the meanings aboriginal Canadians attribute to the rising incidence of diabetes.. Chronic Dis Can. 18(1):5-12.. 1997.