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Stopping Heart Failure: A Two-Pronged Approach

Stopping Heart Failure: A Two-Pronged Approach

A recent study reported in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology demonstrates a novel approach to curb heart failure that targets both the heart and the adrenal gland. The authors found that a drug compound called gallein blocks a molecular pathway responsible for the development of the disease. The pathway is present in the heart and the adrenal gland and stifling its activity in both places led to a healthier heart in a mouse model of heart failure.

Device Saves Lives in Heart Failure Patients

Device Saves Lives in Heart Failure Patients

Good news for patients with mild heart failure: A new study shows for the first time that cardiac resynchronization therapy with defibrillator (CRT-D therapy) saves lives over the long term. 

New Study Searches for Clues to Leading Cause of Sudden Death in Young

New Study Searches for Clues to Leading Cause of Sudden Death in Young

With a $2.9 million NIH grant, Rochester researchers will study a group of heart muscle disorders that account for up to 20 percent of cases of sudden death in young people.

Arthur Moss Receives Honorary Degree from Hungarian University

Arthur Moss Receives Honorary Degree from Hungarian University

On November 15th, Cardiology Professor Arthur J. Moss, M.D. received a Doctor Honoris Causa (honorary Ph.D. doctoral degree) from Semmelweis University in Budapest, Hungary for his many discoveries in the treatment and prevention of heart disease. 

URMC Docs Chime in on Hit Show “Homeland”

URMC Docs Chime in on Hit Show “Homeland”

Cardiologists Arthur Moss and Spencer Rosero talked to The New York Times about the reality of a scene from the show "Homeland" in which a terrorist attacks the vice president's computerized implanted defibrillator and kills him. Is this fact or fiction?