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Clinicians: Cardiac patients shouldn’t avoid hospitals when experiencing symptoms (access required)

Local medical providers are concerned that people may have put off important heart-related medical concerns because they were worried about going to a health care facility during COVID-19. The situation, however, appears to be improving with increased efforts to raise public awareness about the dangers of putting off care when it comes to cardiac-related emergencies and ...

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