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A completely noninvasive method of identifying functionally significant lesions in patients with triple-vessel coronary artery disease yielded results comparable to conventional invasive angiographic assessment accompanied by an intracoronary pressure wire. Also today, uptake of lung cancer screening is exceedingly low, financial incentives led to increased smoking cessation, and Congress passes the “right to try” bill.
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