Report: Survivability increases for first heart attacks

06/22/2009 | U.S. News & World Report

A study found that first-time heart attacks are more survivable now than a few decades ago, in part because of a higher quality of health care and access to better medications and medical procedures. Researchers said further improvements would come if patients reduced the time to get to a hospital when they experience heart attack symptoms.

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