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Heart Disease in the United States: Past, Present, and Future Trends

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    Cardiologists are proud of the general reduction of cardiovascular disease and death over the past 20 years, but there is still significant concern about the epidemic of obesity and diabetes on the future of cardiovascular disease. Dr. Tom Allison, consultant in cardiovascular disease and internal medicine at the Mayo Clinic, joins host Dr. Alan Brown to discuss trends in cardiovascular disease, what has changed the behavior of our patients and what are the biggest challenges to come.

     

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    Cardiologists are proud of the general reduction of cardiovascular disease and death over the past 20 years, but there is still significant concern about the epidemic of obesity and diabetes on the future of cardiovascular disease. Dr. Tom Allison, consultant in cardiovascular disease and internal medicine at the Mayo Clinic, joins host Dr. Alan Brown to discuss trends in cardiovascular disease, what has changed the behavior of our patients and what are the biggest challenges to come.

     

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