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Glucose-guzzling immune cells may drive coronary artery disease – Stanford Medical Center Report

Tuesday, 8 March, 2016

Glucose-guzzling immune cells may drive coronary artery disease – Stanford Medical Center Report

Hyper-aggressive immune cells parked in arterial plaque and bingeing on glucose appear to be major drivers of coronary artery disease, Stanford University School of Medicine investigators have found. The discovery ... In any case, the unremitting ...

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