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The difference in chronic inflammation between individuals with officially documented and self-reported adverse childhood experiences is maintained until older middle-age

  • Siiri-Liisi Kraav (a1) (a2), Tommi Tolmunen (a1) (a3), Jussi Kauhanen (a4) and Soili M. Lehto (a5) (a6)
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Author for correspondence: Siiri-Liisi Kraav, E-mail: siiril@student.uef.fi

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The difference in chronic inflammation between individuals with officially documented and self-reported adverse childhood experiences is maintained until older middle-age

  • Siiri-Liisi Kraav (a1) (a2), Tommi Tolmunen (a1) (a3), Jussi Kauhanen (a4) and Soili M. Lehto (a5) (a6)

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