Is there a real medical benefit to stents?

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Heart stents have long been a go-to treatment for blocked arteries. More than 500,000 of the little mesh cages are inserted each year. But researchers at Imperial College London found that stents don’t make much of a difference when it comes to reducing chest pain.


Ravi Dave - Doctor, Director of interventional cardiology at UCLA Health

Madeleine Brand

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