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Conflicts of Interest: Investigator: Johnson & Johnson, Sanofi; Consultant: Medtronic, Sanofi, Ascension, and Amarin; and has served on a speaker's bureau for Sanofi.
Authorship: The author is solely responsible for writing this article.