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Predictive utility of the Framingham general cardiovascular disease risk profile for cognitive function: evidence from the Whitehall II study

By Sara Kaffashian, Aline Dugravot, Hermann Nabi, G. David Batty, Eric Brunner, Mika Kivimäki and Archana Singh-Manoux
Topics: Basic Science
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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