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Sophia Antipolis, 30 November 2017 - The European Society Cardiology (ESC) denounces the recent re-broadcast of a misinformed television programme questioning the relationship between blood ...

Date : 30/11/2017

Professor Wojta said: “We will also discuss a futuristic method of tissue engineering in which a human or animal heart is stripped of cells and repopulated with healthy cells.” Experts ...

Date : 23/03/2018

Dr Ajay K. Gupta, of the William Harvey Research Institute, Queen Mary University London, UK, said: “Patients in their mid-60s with high blood pressure were less likely to die from heart ...

Date : 26/08/2018

First Joint ESC/EAS Guidelines for the Management of Dyslipidaemias In Europe, as many as one-half of patients are inadequately treated.1,2 The first European guidelines specifically focused on ...

Date : 26/08/2011

The new prevention tool will help doctors in the country more accurately determine their patients’ absolute health risk of becoming sick or dying from a CVD in the next 10 years; will promote ...

Date : 12/04/2006

Sunday 31 August: The investigational drug alirocumab significantly improved cholesterol levels compared to ezetimibe, when added to regular statin therapy in patients with high cholesterol and ...

Date : 31/08/2014

Better control of cholesterol levels and blood pressure and a decline in smoking have contributed to a 74% drop in the risk of heart attack among nearly 10,000 civil servants working in London over a ...

Date : 09/06/2011

Skin cancer is particularly common, but solid organ cancers including colorectal cancer, prostate cancer and lymphoma also occur. The increased rate of cancer in heart transplant recipients may be ...

Date : 20/05/2012

Recent media reports have kindled a controversy over the effectiveness of the combination of ezetimibe with high dose simvastatin, versus the use of simvastatin alone, in patients with familial ...

Date : 04/02/2008

Prof Celermajer and his colleagues decided to examine the effects of maternal smoking during pregnancy on the thickness of the arterial wall and the levels of lipoproteins in a group of 405 healthy ...

Date : 22/06/2011