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Chocolate intake in pre-menopausal women

      We have read with great interest the paper “Chocolate consumption and risk of stroke among men and women: A large population-based, prospective cohort study” by Dong and coworkers, published in Atherosclerosis [
      • Dong J.Y.
      • Iso H.
      • Yamagishi K.
      • Sawada N.
      • Tsugane S.
      Japan Public Health Center–based Prospective Study Group. Chocolate consumption and risk of stroke among men and women: a large population-based, prospective cohort study.
      ], and we have found their conclusion of importance, with a view on clinical prevention.

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          We thank Dr. Mattioli and Dr. Farinetti for their letter regarding our article “Chocolate consumption and risk of stroke among men and women: A large population-based, prospective cohort study” [1]. We are delighted that they are interested in the paper and think our finding is of importance, with a view on stroke prevention.
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