Study shows fewer people having one type of heart attack

07/27/2009 | Reuters

The number of patients who have an acute ST-elevation myocardial infarction has substantially decreased since 1996, researchers said. Better treatments and prevention of risk factors such as high cholesterol may be the reason behind the decline.

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