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BMJ 1996; 312 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.312.7036.974b (Published 13 April 1996) Cite this as: BMJ 1996;312:974
  1. P Hanlon,
  2. J Mcewen,
  3. H Gilmour,
  4. L Carey,
  5. C Tannahill,
  6. A Tannahill,
  7. M Kelly
  1. Senior lecturer in public health Professor of public health Senior lecturer in statistics Department of Public Health, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8RZ
  2. Senior researcher Head of health promotion Health Promotion Department, Greater Glasgow Health Board, Glasgow G2 4JT
  3. General manager Health Education Board for Scotland, Edinburgh EH10 4SG
  4. Professor of social sciences University of Greenwich, London SE9 2HB

    EDITOR,—Jeffrey Graham makes a valid point: the fall in cholesterol concentration detected in our randomised controlled trial is worthy of consideration. There were, however, several reasons why we exercised caution in drawing conclusions from this finding.

    Firstly, there was no significant difference in the reduction in the overall reversible coronary …

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