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The high risk population of cardiovascular disease (CVD) is simultaneously at high risk of lung cancer. Given the dominance of low dose computed tomography (LDCT) for lung cancer screening, the feasibility of extracting information on CVD from the same LDCT scan would add major value to patients at no additional radiation dose. However, with strong noise in LDCT images and without electrocardiogram (ECG) gating, CVD risk analysis from LDCT is highly challenging. Here we present an innovativearXiv:2008.06997v1 fatcat:ojelmuunbrfsjpdxuhfh2y4hq4