(Reuters Health) – A dispute over how to define a heart attack has prompted some European doctors to back away from the findings of a major study that concluded bypass surgery and stents are equally good at preventing heart disease deaths when a major heart artery is clogged.
Large study of heart stenting vs surgery sparks controversy
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