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Peripheral Artery Disease: “Why Are My Legs Cramping When I Walk?”

“For the last six months or so, I’ve been having problems with my hips and legs cramping when I walk, although they feel better once I stop. I thought it was just because I’m getting old, but my friend was

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2018 Vascular Research Summit

The 2018 Vascular Research Summit was held on February 26 in Redwood Shores, CA.  This invitation-only event brought together cross-functional stakeholders and thought leaders from leading vascular care and research organizations across North America to discuss the most critical problems … Read More

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Peripheral Artery Disease: The Effectiveness of Walking Therapy

Walking therapy and supervised exercise have been shown to improve walking distance for people with peripheral artery disease. A recent study has also suggested that supervised walking may be as effective as leg stents or bypass surgery for some people

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Congratulations to Dr. Matthew Eagleton

Vascular Cures congratulates Matthew Eagleton, MD on his new position as Chief of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital! Dr. Eagleton is a 2007 Wylie Scholar and former Associate Professor, Vascular Surgery and Biomedical Engineering at the Cleveland … Read More

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