Antibiotics Do Not Prevent Heart Attacks

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Physicians should look to proven secondary therapies such as statin and antiplatelet therapy to prevent recurrent heart attacks

Heart Attacks and Antibiotics

Clinicians and researchers have found that more than three quarters of heart attack patients have been infected with chlamydia pneumoniae

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