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Sleep complaints increase the risk for recurrent events in middle-aged women with coronary disease The Stockholm female coronary risk Study



Sleep complaints increase the risk for recurrent events in middle-aged women with coronary disease The Stockholm female coronary risk Study



European Heart Journal 23(Abstract Suppl.): 259




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