Tissue Damage Post Heart Attack may be Prevented by a Jab

by Kathy Jones on  June 1, 2013 at 10:03 PM Heart Disease News
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A compound that offers to give heart attack survivors an improved quality of life has been developed by researchers.

It protects vital tissue that is often destroyed following a heart attack, stroke or major surgery.
 Tissue Damage Post Heart Attack may be Prevented by a Jab
Tissue Damage Post Heart Attack may be Prevented by a Jab
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Teams from the Medical Research Council and Cambridge University showed that compound MitoSNO worked in mice, the Daily Express reported.

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The study has been published in the journal Nature Medicine.

Source: ANI
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