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Published Online: 2017-08-29
Conflicts of interest: No conflicts of interests to declare. The study has received only public funding, and the funders did not play any role in relation to study design, data collection, analysis and interpretation of data, the writing of the article and the decision to submit the paper for publication. Funding was received from Juliane Marie Centret, Trygfonden, Helsefonden, Familien Hede Nielsens Fond, Axel Muusfeldts Fond, Dagmar Marshalls Fond, Fonden af 17.12.1981, Peter Ryholts Legat, Ronald McDonald Børnefond, Tømrermester Jørgen Holm og Hustru Elisa F. Hansens Mindelegat, Ville Heises Legat and Tømmerhandler Johannes Fogs Fond.