Hypertensive men don't live as long as normotensives, despite treatment

November 1998
Modern Medicine;Nov98, Vol. 66 Issue 11, p25
Presents an abstract of the study `Survival in Treated Hypertension: Follow Up Study after Two Decades,' by O. K. Andersson, A. Almgren, B. Persson et al, published in the July 18, 1998 issue of `British Medical Journal.'


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