Method to liberate cardiac arrhythmia patients from mouse poison

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Jessica Ríos Viner

Cardiac electrophysiologist Dr. Francisco Pérez Gil uses the "Watchman", a small device designed to replace warfarin treatment, in atrial fibrillation patients.

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Can medications discriminate based on genetics?

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A group of researchers from University of Puerto Rico, including Karla Claudio, Dr. Jorge Duconge and Dr. Carmen Cadilla, advance the field of pharmacogenetics by researching how different genetic mutations help or hinder the metabolization of warfarin.




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