Hypertension Drug Combination Yields High Rate of Blood Pressure Control In Hard To Treat Patients

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A multi-center study of a pill that combines two drugs for hypertension shows significant benefit for people with hard-to-control high blood pressure. The study, conducted at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and 118 other sites, was focused on bringing down systolic blood pressure, the top number in a blood pressure reading, which is the more difficult number to bring down. The results of the study, called the INCLUSIVE trial,

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