Frontline: Post-Heart Attack Procedures; Radiation After Mastectomy; Heavy Drinking & the Brain

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Post-Heart Attack Procedures Improve Survival Rates
Following an NSTEMI heart attack, patients who have a procedure to increase blood flow in coronary arteries, such as angioplasty and/or stenting, have higher survival

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