Response to letters regarding article, supervised exercise versus primary stenting for claudication resulting from aortoiliac peripheral artery disease: Six-month outcomes from the claudication: Exercise versus endoluminal revascularization (CLEVER) study

Timothy P. Murphy, Joselyn Cerezo, Donald E. Cutlip, Matthew R. Reynolds, Judith G. Regensteiner, Emile R. Mohler, David J. Cohen, Joseph M. Massaro, Beth A. Lewis, Niki C. Oldenburg, Michael W. Steffes, Alan T. Hirsch, Claudia C. Thum, Suzanne Goldberg, Michael R. Jaff, Anthony J. Comerota, Jonathan Ehrman, Diane Treat-Jacobson, Ulf Bronas, M. Eileen WalshDalynn T. Badenhop, Tracie Collins

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Murphy, T. P., Cerezo, J., Cutlip, D. E., Reynolds, M. R., Regensteiner, J. G., Mohler, E. R., Cohen, D. J., Massaro, J. M., Lewis, B. A., Oldenburg, N. C., Steffes, M. W., Hirsch, A. T., Thum, C. C., Goldberg, S., Jaff, M. R., Comerota, A. J., Ehrman, J., Treat-Jacobson, D., Bronas, U., ... Collins, T. (2012). Response to letters regarding article, supervised exercise versus primary stenting for claudication resulting from aortoiliac peripheral artery disease: Six-month outcomes from the claudication: Exercise versus endoluminal revascularization (CLEVER) study. Circulation, 126(7). https://doi.org/10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.112.113704