Metabolism and Physiology

STRENGTH Results

Principal investigator A. Michael Lincoff, MD summarizes the results of the STRENGTH Trial, which looked at the effects of omega-3 carboxylic acid on clinical outcomes in patients at high cardiovascular risk.

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