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Inverse association between gastroesophageal reflux and blood pressure: Results of a large community based study

By Liam J Murray, Peter McCarron, Roger B McCorry, Lesley A Anderson, Athene J Lane, Brian T Johnston, George Davey Smith and Richard F Harvey
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