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November 18th, 2013

Super-Cells & Chimeras: Mission Impossible 5 or Transformative Approaches to New Heart?

This cardiology fellow is stunned by some of the basic science reported at AHA.13.


November 18th, 2013

How to Have a Solid Foundation in Clinical Research and Data Analysis

A cardiology fellow at AHA gets advice from a more-established research clinician.


November 18th, 2013

The Best Way to Spend a Morning at AHA?

This cardiology Fellow finds out exactly what will keep him coming back to the AHA.


November 18th, 2013

AHA.13 Headquarters

CardioExchange is dedicated to bringing you the latest from AHA.13. Check out our coverage of the conference ─ and some of the great debates these posts have sparked ─ then tell us what you think! News: No Value for Renal-Artery Stenting in CORAL Controversy Erupts Over Accuracy of Cardiovascular Risk Calculator for Guidelines Replacement Versus Repair for […]


November 18th, 2013

What’s the Moral from CORAL?

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Rick Lange and David Hills ask, “Should we stop screening for renal artery stenosis?”


November 18th, 2013

Controversy Erupts Over Accuracy of Cardiovascular Risk Calculator for Guidelines

In the face of a highly critical story in the New York Times by Gina Kolata about the new cardiovascular guidelines, authors of the guidelines and leaders of the American Heart Association (AHA) and the American College of Cardiology (ACC) defended the value and integrity of the guidelines. The Times story claims that the cardiovascular risk calculator used to assess individual risk in the new guidelines is deeply […]


November 18th, 2013

Cutting-Edge Lifestyle and Behavioral Interventions — Promises and Challenges at AHA.13

Do the studies discussed at the second Late-Breaking Clinical Trial Session show us the way to an exciting new era in prevention?


November 17th, 2013

Brainstorming the Abstracts Submission Process at AHA.13

A fellow discusses many of the ideas arising from a small but provocative gathering.


November 17th, 2013

Clinical Lipidology Becomes a Controversial Field

This cardiology Fellow finds heat and light at a lively session on the new prevention guidelines.


November 17th, 2013

What Council Involvement Can Add

The Associate Editor of CardioExchange explains the myriad benefits of AHA council involvement.