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Drug trial compares effectiveness of two blood pressure lowering drugs

A 4-year clinical trial showed that Norvasc (a blood pressure-lowering medicine) had better at lowering blood pressure than Valsartan. Norvasc acts as a calcium channel blocker and Valsartan is an angiotension-receptor blocker. However, there was no discernable difference in cardiac mortality/ morbidity.

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About: Drug trial compares effectiveness of two blood pressure lowering drugs

Date: 15 June 2004

Source: CNW

URL: http://www.cnw.ca/fr/releases/archive/June2004/15/c4824.html

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