Colchicine could play role in helping heart attack survivors

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Heart attack survivors could live longer, healthier lives if given colchicine, an arthritis drug found to dramatically reduce heart inflammation, world-first Australian research shows. A study by the Heart Research Institute in Sydney has revealed that an anti-inflammatory medication used to treat gout can also improve heart health in people who have suffered a heart attack

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