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D Thomas, J P Cambou, M Zeller, N Danchin, J P Empana, J Ferrières, X Jouven, F Paillard, P Valensi, Y Cottin
It is difficult to summarize in a few pages the wealth of information appeared during the year 2005 in the field of epidemiology and cardiovascular prevention. The general epidemiological data on the evolutionary tendencies of coronary mortality and morbidity make it possible to underline the effectiveness of the control of the great risk factors within the framework of the primary prevention. Although lipids and diabetes have still this year held the front of the scene through many trials, this analysis is also focused on smoking, subject more and more tackled in the cardiologic journals, and to which a larger attention should be paid in our daily practice...
January 2006: Archives des Maladies du Coeur et des Vaisseaux
D Theuns, G J Kimman, L Jordaens
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