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The association between education level and cardiovascular disease incidence is partially mediated by uncontrolled diabetes and hypertension and by smoking

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Doctor Irene Roman Degano

Hospital del Mar Medical Research Institute (IMIM), Barcelona (Spain)
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EuroPrevent 2017

6 April - 8 April 2017

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