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eBriefing

Resolving Inflammation in Cardiovascular Disease

Resolving Inflammation in Cardiovascular Disease
Reported by
Sara Donnelly

Posted June 18, 2020

Presented By

The New York Academy of Sciences

Every year in the United States, more than 1.5 million people will suffer from either a heart attack or a stroke. This eBriefing explores the links between chronic inflammation and these conditions and discusses how strategies to resolve inflammation could lead to new therapies.

In This eBriefing, You'll Learn

  • Recent clinical data linking chronic inflammation to cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of heart attack and stroke
  • How failure to resolve chronic inflammation promotes the development of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease
  • New approaches that modulate the resolution of inflammation and have the potential to provide improved treatments for this widespread condition

Resolving Inflammation to Treat Cardiovascular Disease