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2019: Volume 1, Issue 1

A Tale of Two Treatments

Ajay Mishra1, Sonia Mishra2, Jagdish P Mishra3

1Georgetown University 3700 O St NW, WA, USA
2MMS student at LECOM Erie, PA, USA
3Upstate Cardiology, 215 Summit St. Batavia, NY, USA

*Corresponding author: Jagdish P Mishra* Upstate Cardiology, 215 Summit St. Batavia, NY 14020, USA.

Received: November 9, 2019
Published: November 27, 2019

There are about 9 million people in the US diagnosed with angina and there are close to 500,000 cases diagnosed with chest pain/angina every year [1]. Probably 50% of the patients that I see everyday in my practice have either history of chest pains, diagnosed with coronary artery disease (CAD), have had a myocardial infarction (MI) or have undergone stenting or cardiac bypass surgery.

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