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  • 1 King’s College London, , UK
  • | 2 University of Essex, , UK
  • | 3 University College London, , UK
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  • Silverwood, R., Goodman, A. and Ploubidis, G. (2022) Letter to the editor: Don’t forget survey data: ‘healthy cohorts’ are ‘real-world’ relevant if missing data are handled appropriately, Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, 13(2): 33541, doi: 10.1332/175795921X16428748347208

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  • 1 King’s College London, , UK
  • | 2 University of Essex, , UK
  • | 3 University College London, , UK

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