Heart Failure in African Americans: A Still Unresolved Question

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Northwestern University cardiologist Clyde W. Yancy, MD, MSc, discusses heart failure in African Americans, who have a disproportionate burden of heart disease. Dr. Yancy discusses how there is a need for treatment to reduce the effects of heart disease within the African American population.

Clyde W. Yancy, MD,
MSc Professor of Medicine
Professor, Medical Social Science Chief, Cardiology
Associate Director, Bluhm CV Institute & Vice-Dean, Diversity & Inclusion Northwestern University, FSM & Deputy Editor, JAMA Cardiology

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