Response to letter to the editor for “Self-reported snoring and incident cardiovascular disease events: results from the Jackson Heart Study”

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Vaishnavi Kundel is the primary author of this letter. Neomi Shah reviewed, edited, and revised this letter.

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Kundel, V., Shah, N. Response to letter to the editor for “Self-reported snoring and incident cardiovascular disease events: results from the Jackson Heart Study”. Sleep Breath (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11325-020-02121-1

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