Changing heart cell programming can reverse the lasting damage caused by heart attacks

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Back in 1971, the Bee Gees asked, “How can you mend a broken heart?”. Now, researchers from Japan reveal that they may just have found a way to repair cardiac damage in patients suffering from chronic heart attack and heart failure.

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