Smoking and Atherosclerotic Disease. The Oslo Study

  • I. Holme
  • I. Hjermann
  • L. A. Solberg
  • P. Leren
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Abstract

The Oslo Study is a combined epidemiological and preventive study in middle aged men(1). In the following, both epidemiological findings and preventive efforts with relation to smoking and atherosclerotic disease will be discussed.

Keywords

Cholesterol Income Smoke Triglyceride Arteriosclerosis 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • I. Holme
  • I. Hjermann
  • L. A. Solberg
  • P. Leren

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