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" for Farquhar. He said he has always had an interest in cardiology and helping people.

Before his UD career, he worked with cardiac patients in a rehabilitation setting, where he provided patients with information about the risk factors affecting heart disease and the benefits of exercise. Then, during his postdoctoral training at Boston's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, he worked with patients who were unable to stand without getting dizzy. And that began his research on veins.

Today, he's busy working to find out what role these less-studied blood vessels may play in high blood pressure.

"Lots of people have high blood pressure, but we still don't know the underlying cause of this disease," Farquhar said. "That's why we're pushing forward with these studies."


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Source:University of Delaware


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