Rethinking Heart Failure by Treating Cardiomyopathy

Cardiologists advocate treating the underlying cause of heart failure, not merely its signs and symptoms.

Have you been diagnosed with cardiomyopathy? Heart failure? Both? Do you understand what you have? “Most doctors use these terms interchangeably, but they do not necessarily mean the same thing,” says Cleveland Clinic heart failure specialist W.H. Wilson Tang, MD. “There are many reasons why a heart cannot eject blood or refill properly, although abnormalities […]
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