Harton hospital conducting medical trials
A southern Middle Tennessee hospital is participating in a study of a gene therapy drug to see if it can help patients with congestive heart failure.
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#1 Oct 6, 2012
Considering the common cardiovascular treatment with a dangerous Statin drug, plavix , metoprolol and lisinopril, and considering the side effects of the Statin drugs in memory loss and muscle atrophy, I don't see how the patient could give any type of approval of this possible new, never been tried Vioxx type drug.
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