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Progress in an Adult Male Suffering from Coronary Artery Ectasia as Assessed with Exercise Stress Testing: A Nine-Year Case Report

Charles Micallef1,2*
1Sport Malta, Cottoner Avenue, Cospicua, Malta
2Ministry of Health, Merchants Street, Valletta, Malta
*Corresponding author: Charles Micallef, B. Pharm (Hons), M.Sc (PAPH), Sport Malta, Cottoner Avenue, Cospicua
BML 9020, Malta, Tel: +356 99863324, E-mail: carmel.micallef@gov.mt, miccha@onvol.net

Clinical trial confirms GP-prescribed treatments are effective for women with heavy periods

menorrhagia1The largest and longest running clinical trial of medical therapies for heavy periods has found that women can be greatly helped by having treatments just from their GP, with most avoiding hospital operations.
Heavy menstrual bleeding is a common and debilitating condition which can significantly affect the quality of life of 25 per cent of women aged 18-54. Around one million women seek help for this problem every year in the UK and it accounts for 12 per cent of all gynaecology referrals.

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