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Rheumatic heart disease among adults in a mining community of Papua, Indonesia: findings from an occupational cohort
Rheumatic heart disease (RHD) remains a significant cause of cardiovascular morbidity and mortality in developing countries such as Indonesia. Yet, despite being one of the most readily preventable chronic diseases, RHD has received scant research or policy attention, particularly in South-East Asia.
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Parents favour boys over girls for free heart treatment in Northern India
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Heart Asia has introduced a debate series to discuss the best treatment options for patients in developing regions. The first debate is on the use of mechanical vs. prosthetic heart valves. Read both viewpoints, then vote in our poll and add your comments.
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