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The Framingham risk equation markedly underestimates total incident coronary disease events in individuals with a family history of premature coronary disease



The Framingham risk equation markedly underestimates total incident coronary disease events in individuals with a family history of premature coronary disease



Circulation 108(17 Suppl.): IV-721




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