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[11/21/2011] Adeona Pharmaceuticals and Intrexon Announce Worldwide Exclusive ...

[10/31/2011] LA BioMed's Dr. Ronald Oudiz impacting lives of those with pu...

[10/19/2011] Hypertension, Not Blood Pressure Drugs, Linked to Birth Defects

[10/7/2011] Study uncovers why anti-rejection drugs for transplant patients c...

[9/25/2011] Novartis Study Shows QTI571 Significantly Improved Walking Distan...

[9/15/2011] Estrogen treatment may help reverse severe pulmonary hypertension

[8/18/2011] Columbus Included in Analysis of Top Hypertension Hot Spots in th...

[8/17/2011] Study focuses on relationship between glaucoma and diabetes, hype...

[7/28/2011] The Pulmonary Hypertension Association and MedicAlert Foundation ...

[7/27/2011] Implantable Device May Ease Tough-to-Treat Hypertension

[7/14/2011] Poorer, Less Educated Youth More Prone to Hypertension

[7/12/2011] Top U.S. Hypertension Hot Spots Revealed

[7/12/2011] Arena Pharmaceuticals Announces Phase 1 Results for APD811 for Pu...

[6/13/2011] Dong-A PharmTech Co., Ltd. and Dr. Falk Pharma GmbH Announce Posi...

[6/6/2011] FREEDOM-M Trial of Oral Treprostinil in Pulmonary Arterial Hypert...

[5/20/2011] Omron Healthcare Announces Donation to the American Society of Hy...

[5/18/2011] Standard Heart Drugs Won't Ease Pulmonary Hypertension

[4/14/2011] EDARBI (azilsartan medoxomil), Now Available in U.S. Pharmacies f...

[4/14/2011] New study identifies possible cause of salt-induced hypertension

[4/5/2011] Implantable Device May Lower Tough-to-Treat Hypertension


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