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Background-Numerous case series have implicated cocaine use as a cause of both myocardial infarction (MI) and stroke on the basis of the temporal relationship between drug use and event onset. Increasing cocaine use in the US population, especially in younger individuals, mandates a more extensive investigation of this relationship. Methods and Results-We determined the association of cocaine use with self-reported physician diagnosis of MI or stroke in a nationally representative sample of 10doi:10.1161/01.cir.103.4.502 pmid:11157713 fatcat:n546n7izqvakfpbigg7e3urskq