Revisiting causal neighborhood effects on individual ischemic heart disease risk: A quasi-experimental multilevel analysis among Swedish siblings
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KeywordsSweden; Causality; Multilevel analysis; Myocardial ischemia; Residence characteristics; Siblings; Social medicine;
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