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Incidence of dementia related to medical, psychological and social risk factors A longitudinal cohort study during a 25-year period

Incidence of dementia related to medical, psychological and social risk factors A longitudinal cohort study during a 25-year period

Finch, Caleb E , Reprint Author, Robine, Jean-Marie, Christen, Yves Brain and longevity: 117-129

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