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Cardiac sequelae in athletes following COVID-19 vaccination: evidence and misinformation

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  • Contributors HTJ conceived the main conceptual idea. JJND, JCvH and SMV contributed to the design of the manuscript. JJND wrote the manuscript with input from all authors in consultation with JCvH, SMV, NRB, MG and HTJ. All authors discussed the findings and commented on the manuscript. YM Pinto and AM Wilde supervised the project.

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