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Seven things you never knew about heart failure

Heart failure affects 750,000 people in the UK alone and is fast becoming a greater threat to public health than cancer. But how much do you know about this condition? The European Heart Failure Awareness Day is designed to raise awareness of heart failure, including possible symptoms, the importance of an early and accurate diagnosis, and the need for optimal treatment. In that spirit, we’ve prepared this brief quiz on heart failure for you to test your knowledge.

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Oxford University Press in conjunction with the European Society of Cardiology and the Heart Failure Association is offering 20% off all our books in cardiology for the month of May, including the authoritative Oxford Textbook of Heart Failure, the practical and concise Oxford Specialist Handbooks on the topic of Heart Failure, and three titles in cardiology published in conjunction with the European Society of Cardiology. In addition we will be offering one month’s free access to the Oxford Textbook of Heart Failure on Oxford Medicine Online, as well as free articles from the European Journal of Heart Failure. We are also publishing a series of special, related articles on the OUPblog.

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  1. […] Press is supporting Heart Failure Awareness Day with resources from across the press and blog posts on the subject. The European Journal of Heart Failure, edited by Professor Dirk van Veldhuisen, is the […]

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