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Cardiovascular Disease

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World Health Organization: Cardiovascular Diseases
World Health Organization: Cardiovascular diseases fact sheet
NHLBI: Heart and Vascular Disease Information for Patients and the Public
American Heart Association: Cardiovascular Disease Statistics
Medline Plus: Heart Diseases
Commentary on the 2009 Canadian Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Dyslipidemia and Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease in Adults (Clinical Chemistry, May 2010)

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Sources Used in Current Review

World Health Organization. Cardiovascular diseases. Available online at through Accessed April 2011.

World Health Organization. Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs). Available online at through Accessed April 2011. What is Cardiovascular Disease? Available online at through Accessed April 2011.

Sources Used in Previous Reviews

World Health Organization. Cardiovascular diseases fact sheet, Feb 2007 (Online information). Available online at through Accessed on 8/2/2007.

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