The Boston Globe
March 9, 2012
By: Chelsea Conaboy
Specialists at the Lown Cardiovascular Center have advocated for decades for the idea that less invasive and less costly care often is as effective for people with heart disease as bypass surgery or stenting. Often the message was not well-received by others in the field, said Dr. Vikas Saini , co-director of the center and president of the affiliated Lown Cardiovascular Research Foundation.
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