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Per G. Lund-Larsen, MD

Born: 1933

Per G. Lund Larsen is a member of the second generation of Norwegian investigators in prevention, working in the Oslo Study and writing his thesis on the “ECG in health and disease.”

He graduated from the University of Oslo with an MD in 1959 and was trained in internal medicine and cardiology at the Ullevaal Hospital.

In 1975 he became Deputy Director of the Norwegian Mass Radiography Service (later National Health Screening Service) and together with Kjell Bjartveit was a key person in the research and preventive activities based on the Cardiovascular Disease Study in Norwegian Counties until his retirement in 2003. (HB)


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