November 19, 2017

Atrial Fibrillation Trigger Found That Could Lead to Effective Afib Treatments

A newly published study reports on a type of cell found in the upper chamber (atrium) of the heart and in the pulmonary veins that triggers atrial fibrillation. Like the skin cells that make pigment, the afib-trigger cells produce an enzyme called DCT. Researchers hope this discovery will lead to new research and effective atrial fibrillation treatments.

Read more:  New Research Finds Cells that Trigger Atrial Fibrillation

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  1. Rolf E. Geier says:

    I need some direction,please, someone!

  2. Rolf E. Geier says:

    I have been diagnosed with atrial fib since I was 31years old. I am tired of it, honestly. I am now 48 and am taking meds like candy and I want it to stop. I am wondering if any one reading this Knows anything about a herbal medicine called “Rillical”. I just found some info on it. Does anybody have any
    comments or testimonials on this product from Denmark I guess.
    HELP PLEASE !!!!!!!!!!!

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