SPOTLIGHT: Stent problems change cardiology tactics

In recent times, research has raised serious questions about safety of drug-coated stents, which are used to protect patients against complications from some forms heart disease. Since then, cardiologists have begun to change their strategies, using the once-standard angioplasty-plus-stents approach far less often. Instead, they're opting for surgical solutions more often. Article

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