Prevention Conference VI: Diabetes and Cardiovascular disease: Writing Group I: epidemiology.

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Individuals with diabetes have increased rates of all forms of cardiovascular (CV) disorders affecting the heart, brain, and peripheral vessels. Epidemiological studies have been powerful tools to study this phenomenon, providing data on prevalence and incidence rates in diverse populations and uncovering risk factors. Studies to date have documented that… (More)

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@article{Howard2002PreventionCV, title={Prevention Conference VI: Diabetes and Cardiovascular disease: Writing Group I: epidemiology.}, author={Barbara V Howard and Beatriz L. Rodriguez and Peter H. Bennett and Maureen I. Harris and Richard Hamman and Lewis H. Kuller and Thomas A. Pearson and Judith Wylie-Rosett}, journal={Circulation}, year={2002}, volume={105 18}, pages={e132-7} }