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Vitamin B Therapy In Stent Patients May Be Detrimental – NEJM Study

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Vitamin B therapy does not appear to reduce arterial clogging in patients with coronary stents, and may actually increase clogging risk, a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine concludes

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