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    Isolated systolic hypertension, ageing and control in Cuba

    Dear Editor,

    Isolated systolic hypertension and ageing is common in Cuba too and we wish to share our more recent results.

    Cienfuegos is the demonstration area for the Action Plan for the Multifactorial Reduction of Noncommunicable Diseases in Cuba. As a part of this project, a baseline was taken to obtain up-to-date information on the prevalence and control levels of hypertension (HBP). There are 76,803 inhab...

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