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Growing evidence shows the numerous relationships that exist among metabolic, heart failure, arterial vascular and renal diseases. Considering and addressing their common mechanisms could help improve outcomes in patients with one disease diagnosis before

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Growing evidence shows the numerous relationships that exist among metabolic, heart failure, arterial vascular and renal diseases. Considering and addressing their common mechanisms could help improve outcomes in patients with one disease diagnosis before co-morbidities emerge.

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