Beta-Blockers May Reverse Genetic Changes From Heart Disease

With a global pandemic of heart failure affecting 26 million people worldwide, Medical News Today (MNT) is reporting that beta-blockers, a class of drug used to treat heart conditions, may reverse gene expression connected with heart failure. “This finding is line with previous studies that have suggested that inflammation and the immune system play a role in heart disease,” MNT added. This is a great public service announcement for beta-blocker sales, especially since it...

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