Heart Attack Treatments Ineffective for Some

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Heart attack treatments ineffective for some
Heart attack treatments ineffective for some
Victoria University of Wellington research has identified reasons why a significant portion of heart attack patients do not respond to commonly used treatments. Lisa Johnston, who will graduate in December with Victoria's first PhD in Clinical Research, examined patient responses to routinely prescribed antiplatelet drugs such as aspirin and clopidogrel—used for treating heart attacks and strokes.
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