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Haemostasis, inflammation and renal function following exercise in patients with intermittent claudication on statin and aspirin therapy

By Patrick Collins, Isobel Ford, Bernard Croal, Derek Ball, Michael Greaves, Ewan Macaulay and Julie Brittenden
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