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Exercise: the neglected risk factor and the neglected treatment
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    Exercise and Adult Congenital Heart Disease
    • Jaspal S Dua, SpR in Congenital Cardiology
    • Other Contributors:
      • Ashley R. Cooper, Kenneth R. Fox, and A. Graham Stuart

    The Editor, Heart Heart Editorial Office BMJ Journals Department, BMA House Tavistock Square London WC1H 9JR, UK Email: heartjournal@bmjgroup.com; Tel: +44 (0)20 7383 6235

    Dear Sir,

    We read with interest, the editorial by Jelinek [1] on exercise as a neglected risk factor and treatment in coronary artery disease. The studies by Stamatakis et al [2] and Redfern et al [3] emphasize the importance of...

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