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Life After COVID-19: What’s the Risk of Cardiac Injury?

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Life After COVID-19: What’s the Risk of Cardiac Injury?

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    Recent research has found that some patients who’ve recovered from COVID-19 develop cardiovascular abnormalities, as Dr. Leslie Cooper, cardiologist and Chair of Cardiovascular Medicine of Mayo Clinic in Florida, explains.

    Published September 30, 2020

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    Recent research has found that some patients who’ve recovered from COVID-19 develop cardiovascular abnormalities, as Dr. Leslie Cooper, cardiologist and Chair of Cardiovascular Medicine of Mayo Clinic in Florida, explains.

    Published September 30, 2020

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