Routine clinic scans 'could cut heart attack risk' says study

March 15, 2015 3:26 PM

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Routine clinic scans 'could cut heart attack risk' says study

Scans for clinic patients may cut the risk of heart attacks, a study led Scottish scientists has suggested.

Researchers tracked 4,000 patients with symptoms of angina, half of whom were given CT scans as well as regular tests.

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