Heart to heart

April 28, 1995

Screening the population for all risk factors for heart disease is not a cost-effective way of reducing disease, according to researchers from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. In a paper in tomorrow's British Medical Journal, they say the most cost effective screening is to measure blood pressure and ask about history of heart disease.

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