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Houston Methodist @Heart Newsletter - January

Houston Methodist @Heart Newsletter - January

Houston Methodist @Heart Newsletter - January

Houston Methodist Heart and Vascular Center
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Launch date: 26 Jan 2016

Expiry Date: 01 Jan 2018

Last updated: 16 Aug 2017

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Houston Methodist @Heart Newsletter - January
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Description

In this issue, two physicians provide insights to research in cardiovascular medicine: the beneficial role of autotransplantation in rare cardiac tumors and the metabolism of myocardial energy in the heart that is failing.

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Objectives
Upon completion of this activity, the participant should be able to:
● Describe the barrier(s) to treatment for primary cardiac tumors and discuss the potential for cardiac autotransplantation and adjuvant therapies.
● Describe the role of mitochondria in the energy deprived failing healthy.
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Houston Methodist Heart and Vascular Center
on behalf of Houston Methodist

The Houston Methodist DeBakey Heart & Vascular Center is committed to providing patients with the highest quality care today and fostering a brighter tomorrow through research and innovation.

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Additional Contributors

Dale J. Hamilton, MD - Author
Elaine and Marvy A. Finger Chair for Translational Research in Metabolic Disorders & Associate Professor of Medicine, Institute for Academic Medicine
Associate Member, Houston Methodist Research Institute
Director, Center for Bioenergetics
Department of Medicine
Houston Methodist Hospital
Houston Methodist
Weill Cornell Medical College

Michael Reardon, MD - Author
Allison Family Distinguished Chair of Cardiovascular Research, Department of Cardiovascular Surgery
Professor of Cardiovascular Surgery, Institute for Academic Medicine
Full Member, Houston Methodist Research Institute
Houston Methodist
Weill Cornell Medical College

Robert Jackson, MD - Content Reviewer
Internal Medicine
Houston Methodist Hospital
Clinical Professor of Internal Medicine
Weill Cornell Medical College

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Conflicts of Interest declaration by Author:

The following reported to have no relevant financial relationships:
Dale J, Hamilton, MD
Robert Jackson, MD

Dr. Reardon has disclosed that he is a formal adviser for Medtronic.

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