Comparative study of two heart failure drugs finds no difference in outcomes

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In a head-to-head comparison of two so-called “water pills” that keep fluid from building up in patients with heart failure, the therapies proved nearly identical in reducing deaths, according to a large study led by Duke Health researchers.

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