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Topic - Edward Mcnulty
Two new studies could change care for hundreds of thousands of heart patients each year. One finds that bypass surgery has been overrated for many people with very weak hearts from clogged arteries and previous heart attacks. The other challenges the way artery-opening procedures have been done for decades.
The bypass study's surprising result is "a blockbuster," McNulty said.
Dr. Edward McNulty, a cardiologist at the University of California, San Francisco, explained how it works: