Brigham Researchers Find Diabetes Drug Benefits Heart Failure Patients
In an international study, researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital have found that a drug used to treat type 2 diabetes could also benefit a wide range of patients with heart failure. A large-scale clinical trial showed that the drug dapagliflozin reduced the risk of a cardiovascular death, or worsening heart failure, regardless of ejection fraction. Ejection fraction is a…
New Study Shows Dramatic Potential of Diabetes Drug
Local researchers have discovered that a diabetes drug can help with heart failure.
Mass. Nonprofit Works to ‘Bridge the Gap' of Heart Health Inequity
Heart disease hits Black people at a higher rate than almost any other group in America, but it’s a problem that doesn’t need to exist, and a local group is working to change the statistics. For Kyree Miller, the fight to help communities of color improve their heart health is very personal. He knows what it feels like to...