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Elusive Origin of Pulmonary Hypertension Uncovered
New insights into blood vessel metabolism may have major implications for diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.
Blood Test for Patients on Acne Medication Deemed Unnecessary
For young, healthy women taking spironolactone, potassium monitoring may be an unnecessary expense.
New Insights into Survival Outcomes of Asian Americans Diagnosed with Cancer
New research shows Asian Americans more likely to survive cancer than non-Hispanic whites, highlights importance of examining subgroups of Asian Americans
Conclusive Link Between Genetics and Clinical Response to Warfarin Uncovered
Higher early rates of bleeding with warfarin linked to genetic differences; newer drug provides greater early safety for patients with these genetic variants.
Study Reveals Mechanism Behind Most Common Form of Inherited Alzheimer’s Disease
Findings from Mass. General, Brigham and Women’s researchers contradict prevalent theory, suggest new treatment strategy.