Source: British Heart Foundation
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Date of publication: March 2019
Publication type: Research
In a nutshell: Scientists have found a potential new drug for treating the heart damage caused by a heart attack by targeting the way the heart reacts to stress. The research team, led by BHF Professor Michael Schneider at the National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London, used stem cells to grow heart tissue and mimic a ‘heart attack in a dish’, and were able to block the chemical signals within heart muscle that lead to cell death and heart damage.
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Acknowledgement: British Heart Foundation