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Our Cardiologists Address Consequences of the COVID Crisis

Our Cardiologists Address Consequences of the COVID Crisis

The pandemic has both led to delays in heart attack treatment and highlighted racial disparities in health care. Our specialists look at facts and possible solutions. Plus: an update on managing COVID patients at risk of thrombosis and other inflammatory conditions. 


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July 16, 2020

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UCSF MedConnection

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