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Overtreating mild hypertension, are we doing more harm than good?

06:14 EDT 12 Sep 2014 | British Medical Journal

Stephen Martin, an associate professor at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, thinks we're overtreating otherwise healthy patients who have mild hypertension. In this podcast he sets out his argument, and explains why prescribing drugs to these people may actually be doing more harm than good. Read the full analysis article: ...

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