Prevalence of ‘meth’ heart failure now seen in a wide range of socioeconomic and racial groups

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Rates of heart failure associated with the growing illicit use of the stimulant drug methamphetamine, or meth for short, are rising worldwide and now affect a wide range of socio-economic and racial groups, finds a review of the available evidence, published online in the journal Heart.

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