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Two Drugs May Stabilize Plaques In Atherosclerosis

Two Drugs May Stabilize Plaques In Atherosclerosis - General Science Questions and Layperson Board

Two Drugs May Stabilize Plaques In Atherosclerosis - General Science Questions and Layperson Board


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Two drugs that a Wake Forest University School of Medicine research team has been investigating for lupus for several years may stabilize atherosclerotic plaque in the walls of arteries and help avert heart attacks and strokes.
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