Frailty, renal disease, brain health and nutrition were key topics of discussion at the Population Health Research Institute (PHRI) Retreat held March 7, 2019 at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington, Ontario. Dr. Salim Yusuf, Executive Director of PHRI, kicked off the event, noting that “PHRI research covers about 60% of the global burden of disease.” Some 75 investigators and scientists attended the day of brainstorming, most of them from PHRI.
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PHRI’s Executive Director and Senior Scientist Salim Yusuf, Senior Scientist John Eikelboom, Senior Scientist Stuart Connolly, and Associate Senior Scientist Paul...Read More
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PHRI-Duke co-led study finds apixaban reduced strokes in patients with device-detected atrial fibrillation
The widely available blood thinner apixaban substantially reduced stroke in at-risk patients with a type of atrial fibrillation only detectable...Read More