AHA calls for broader measure of effects of heart disease

05/7/2013 | HealthDay News

An American Heart Association statement published in the journal Circulation said heart disease patients could live longer and better if they complete quality of life surveys that their physicians can use to assess their health. The AHA wants to broaden how a patient's health status is measured to improve treatment and minimize the burden of heart disease.

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