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Publisher Correction: Utility of single versus sequential measurements of risk factors for prediction of stroke in Chinese adults

The Original Article was published on 02 September 2021

Correction to: Scientific Reports, published online 02 September 2021

The original version of this Article contained an error in the spelling of author names Zhengming Chen and Liming Li, which were incorrectly given as Zhengming Chen (PI) and Liming Li (PI) in the China Kadoorie Biobank Collaborative Group.

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Correspondence to Robert Clarke or Benjamin J. Cairns.

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Chun, M., Clarke, R., Zhu, T. et al. Publisher Correction: Utility of single versus sequential measurements of risk factors for prediction of stroke in Chinese adults. Sci Rep 11, 20874 (2021).

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