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New US National Hypertension Guidelines -- JNC 8 -- To Be Announced?
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Title New US National Hypertension Guidelines -- JNC 8 -- To Be Announced?
Url http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/570022?src=rss
Description The NHLBI now intends to update JNC 7, plus other cardiology guidelines, to result in an overall Cardiovascular Knowledge Network (CLK) -- plus new analyses of key US statistics and well-known trials.
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