Methods for assessing cardiovascular disease risk in a UK black population.
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AbstractTo assess differences between cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk estimation methods when applied to a black UK population. Cross-sectional study. 51 GP practices in Lambeth, south-east London. 26,370 black and 52,288 white registered patients aged 40-74 years.
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