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Post-bypass survival linked to civil status and class

20:00 EDT 9 May 2019 | AAAS

(University of Gothenburg) Civil status, education, and income are factors shown to be clearly associated with duration of survival after a bypass operation. A postoperative patient aged 60 with a spouse or cohabiting partner, high educational attainment, and high income has a median life expectancy five years longer than a corresponding person with no live-in partner, a low education level, and low income.

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