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Heart Failure Patients show Stronger Survival Rates when given Gout Medication

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A medicine generally used to treat gout—colchicine—has been found to significantly improve the rates of survival for patients who are hospitalized with deteriorating heart failure.

A study by researchers at the University of Virginia Health System found the medication can cut the risk of stroke and heart attack in hospitalized patients who have an accumulation of cholesterol in their arteries.

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