by Review

July 22, 2020

Monash researchers have developed a drug that can be potentially given as a preventative against heart attack. The drug—which has been studied in human cells and animal models—literally blocks the minute changes in blood flow that preempts a heart attack and acts on the platelets preventing the platelet-triggered clot before it can kill or cause damage.

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