Scientists Testing First-Ever Treatment For Broken Heart Syndrome

Takotsubo cardiomyopathy — known as broken heart syndrome — affects thousands of people each year, with estimates finding that it may be the cause of 1%-2% of all heart attacks. Women are far more likely to experience the condition than men, according to previous studies. Now scientists in Scotland are testing the first ever medical treatment for the syndrome.

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