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Health and Economic Benefits of Increased Beta-Blocker Use Following Myocardial Infarction

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    • In 2005, national health expenditures were projected to surpass $2 trillion.  
    • Initiating and continuing beta-blocker use in most first-time heart attack survivors for 20 years would result in 72,000 fewer coronary heart disease deaths, 62,000 fewer heart attacks, and 447,000 gained…