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"Treatment is difficult. Physicians can give diuretics to control the fluid, and beta-blockers and ACE inhibitors to lower the stress on the heart and allow it to pump more economically. But we still have these terrible statistics and no new treatment for the past 20 years."
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"Glucose Regulation of Load‐Induced mTOR Signaling and ER Stress in Mammalian Heart"
J Am Heart Assoc
Originally published May 17, 2013, doi:10.1161/JAHA.113.004796
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