Harvard Heart Letter

Late blood clots tarnish drug-coated stents

After several years on the market, there is clear evidence that drug-coated stents pose a small but definite risk of causing blood clots. If you have chest pain, adopting a healthier lifestyle may be a safer alternative to having a stent implanted.

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