Featured in NEJM Journal Watch: Cardiology's Top Ten Stories of 2013 — Physician’s First Watch
Featured in NEJM Journal Watch: Cardiology's Top Ten Stories of 2013
By the NEJM Journal Watch Editors
A perspective on the most important research in cardiology from the past year, hand-picked from NEJM Journal Watch's physician-editors. At the top of their list are the controversial new lipid guidelines, a novel type of lipid-lowering agent, and inconclusive results from PFO closure trials.
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Research on natural remedies for heart health
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specially interested in pharmacology, including lipid guidelines, hypertension guidelines
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