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A Cleveland Clinic study is repo ...

Posted Nov 10 2008 4:24pm


A Cleveland Clinic study is reporting that beta-blockers, a class of drugs used to lower blood pressure and prevent symptoms in a variety of heart conditions, can slow progression and can even induce regression of coronary artery disease.
The study appears in the July 3, 2007, issue of the Annals of Internal Medicine and suggests that all patients with coronary disease can benefit from this class of agents.

Beta-Blockers Slow, Even Reverse Coronary Artery Disease, Cleveland Clinic Study Shows

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