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How to mend a broken heart: Landmark Australian study finds prevention of Takotsubo cardiomyopathy –

The conundrum that’s been a mystery since the dawn of time has an uneven sex prevalence of almost 9:1 (female to male).



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Australian researchers say theyve figured out a conundrum thats been a mystery since the dawn of time – how to mend a broken heart.
The landmark study by Monash University has for the first time uncovered a way to prevent and reverse damage caused by broken-heart syndrome, also known as Takotsubo cardiomyopathy.
Monash Professor Sam El-Osta said the study showed the drug not only slowed cardiac injury, but also reversed the damage caused to the stressed heart.
This pre-clinical study describes a…

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