Features February 2007 Issue

How Safe Are Drug-Coated Stents?

7 questions and answers about reports that they can cause delayed clotting.

If you are among the six million heart patients who have received a drug-coated stent during the past three years, you’ve probably got a few questions about their safety. So do your doctors.

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