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Effects of ambient temperature on the incidence of myocardial infarction
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    November 11, 2009 Editor, Heart British Medical Journal Dear Sir: I am writing to comment on the excellent article by Bhaskaran et al in Heart[1], and especially on the editorial by David Newby [2] that commented on this paper. In my opinion, Dr. Newby has missed the most important conclusion of the Bhaskaran paper. Dr. Newby’s editorial was focused mainly on the cardiac effects of fine particulate pollution, and included a...
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