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TRAVERSE Substudy Links Testosterone Therapy to Increased Fracture Risk in Older Men With Hypogonadism

Surprise findings argue for caution about testosterone use in men at risk for fracture

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Proteomic Study Characterizes Markers of Frailty in Cardiovascular Disease and Their Links to Outcomes

Findings support emphasis on markers of frailty related to, but not dependent on, age

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Cleveland Clinic Treats First Patient With Investigational Gene Therapy for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

One-time infusion of adenovirus-based therapy is designed to restore heart muscle function

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Black Residents of Historically Redlined Areas Have Increased Heart Failure Risk

Large database study reveals lingering health consequences of decades-old discrimination


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TRAVERSE Study Supports Cardiovascular Safety of Testosterone Therapy When Used as Indicated

But findings apply only to middle-aged or older men with confirmed hypogonadism


Study Identifies Gut Microbe-Derived TMAO as a Novel Mediator of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm

Findings hold implications for screening and potential nonsurgical therapy

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Soft Robotic Model Replicates Patients’ Aortic Stenosis and Ventricular Dysfunction

Potential benefits include clinical guidance, TAVR outcome prediction, device testing

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Transcriptomics-Based Study Suggests Metformin Is Repurposable for Atrial Fibrillation

Network proximity and EHR analyses identify diabetes drug as a top candidate for risk reduction

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Adjustable Soft Robotic Sleeve Mimics Complex Hemodynamics of Aortic Stenosis

Sophisticated in vivo modeling can enhance device development and therapy testing

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