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|Title:||Telomere length and psychological well-being in patients with chronic heart failure.|
van der Harst P
de Boer RA
van Gilst WH
van Veldhuisen DJ
|Citation:||AGE AGEING, 2010, 39 (2), pp. 223-227|
|Abstract:||psychological stress and depressive symptoms have been implicated with accelerated ageing and increased progression of diseases. Shorter telomere length indicates a more advanced biological age. It is unknown whether psychological well-being is associated with telomere length in patients with the somatic condition of chronic heart failure (CHF).|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Cardiovascular Sciences|
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