Cardiovascular disease and hypertension in sub-Saharan Africa: burden, risk and interventions

Cardiovascular disease, including stroke, heart failure and kidney disease, has been common in sub-Saharan Africa for many years, and rapid urbanization is causing an upsurge of ischaemic heart disease and metabolic disorders.
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