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European Risk and Incidence, a Coordinated Analysis. A mega-collaboration intended to establish, through uniform analysis, the distribution of risk factors for coronary heart disease (CHD) in Europe, compute a risk-map of Europe, and, by using available follow-up data, devise European coefficients for the multiple logistic function prediction of future CHD events
Conclusion Age, serum cholesterol, systolic, and cigarette smoking are all significant contributors to multiple risk for major acute coronary events (MACE) with CHD
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Erica and Bobby with friends and family at their surprise wedding at Liverpool's Marie Curie Hospice
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In a documentary conducted by the(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57Maw9Sn89w) Guardian on Erica in December, Ishiguro described his creation as "the most beautiful and most human-like autonomous android in this world."
[USA], Oct 21 ( ANI ): 'Game Of Thrones' star Peter Dinklage and his wife Erica Schmidt welcomed their second child.
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