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Are We Doing Too Many Bypass Surgeries and Angioplasties?

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    For patients with chronic stable coronary artery disease, medical therapy has been shown to be equivalent to interventional therapy for cardiovascular outcomes in comparative studies. Dr. Michael Ozner, medical director of the Cardiovascular Prevention Institute of South Florida and the author of The Great American Heart Hoax will describe his approach to treating cardiovascular risk factors as a way of preventing cardiac events and the need for bypass surgery or angioplasty. Hosted by Dr. Matthew Sorrentino.

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    For patients with chronic stable coronary artery disease, medical therapy has been shown to be equivalent to interventional therapy for cardiovascular outcomes in comparative studies. Dr. Michael Ozner, medical director of the Cardiovascular Prevention Institute of South Florida and the author of The Great American Heart Hoax will describe his approach to treating cardiovascular risk factors as a way of preventing cardiac events and the need for bypass surgery or angioplasty. Hosted by Dr. Matthew Sorrentino.

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