The sooner an individual who has had a heart attack is treated, the better their chance of survival and the less permanent damage is done to their heart. A recent paper details a new method for early detection of a heart attack that researchers used to observe changes in the blood of individuals who had had a heart attack as soon as 10 minutes after the event.
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