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CVD risk may persist more than a decade after heavy smokers quit

14 Nov 2018
CHICAGO — CVD risk is reduced within 5 years after quitting smoking, but former smokers may remain at elevated CVD risk for up to 16 years compared with never smokers, according to data presented at the American Heart Association Scientific Session...

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