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Medical News Today: CVD risk may rise sixfold in the year after pneumonia, sepsis

04:00 EDT 2 Aug 2017 | Medical News Today

Hospital admission for pneumonia or sepsis could increase the risk of cardiovascular disease by more than sixfold in the first year, study finds.

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