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Washington Post Looks at How "Atrial Fibrillation is Easy to Find, but Evidence on how Best to Treat it Isn't"

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Atrial fibrillation took center stage in a feature story in Tuesday's Washington Post. The article not only looked at treatment for atrial fibrillation (afib), but also at what afib does to patients. The atrial fibrillation experiences of Mellanie True Hills, founder of StopAfib.org, were included in this story.

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Washington Post Highlights Afib: Atrial fibrillation is easy to find, but evidence on how best to treat it isn't

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