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Cholesterol Drugs May Help in Cardiac Emergency

...he University of Kentucky Cardiovascular Research Center. "Statins have unique anti-inflammatory properties that could contribute to the benefit," daugherty said. More information There's more on statins at the American Heart Association . SOURCES: Robert A. Harrington, M...

Urine Test for Heart Disease Shows Promise

...rable to be able to diagnose coronary artery disease without an angiogram," daugherty said. "There has been a tremendous amount of effort looking for biomarkers....al use, he said. "We've been trying to do something like this for decades," daugherty noted. More information Learn about coronary artery disease from t...

Healthcare Reform Tops Agenda for Hundreds of Heart Disease and Stroke Survivors on Capitol Hill

... of the Year); Frank Amend of Rocky Mount, NC (Survivor Advocate of the Year); Deborah Minor of Jackson, MS (Volunteer Advocate of the Year); and Alan daugherty M.D. of Lexington, KY (Science Advocate of the Year). For more information visit www.yourethecureonthehill.heart.org and www.heartsforhealthca...

Atherosclerosis solution is likely many years away

...laboration across fields of study. Decisions remain about which drugs to advance to clinical trials and how to measure the success of those therapies, daugherty and Rader note. ...

Blood pressure drug may have added benefit

...ers blood pressure. Dr. Lisa Cassis and Dr. Alan daugherty found in animal studies that aliskiren not only lo...enting the disease under experimental conditions," daugherty said. "This contributes to our knowledge of the un...he UK Graduate Center for Nutritional Sciences and daugherty is director of the UK Cardiovascular Research Cent...
Daugherty in Biological News

Inflammation and drugs to control this activity studied in a variety of tumors sites

...in risk, which was not statistically significant," daugherty said. When they looked further at the associat...ness of ibuprofen in protecting against adenomas," daugherty said. She noted that previous research in animals ...now the functional relevance of these markers." daugherty said that before AMACR can be used for any potenti...
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