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Bypass tops stents in diabetics with diseased arteries
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Diabetics with more than one diseased artery fared significantly better if they underwent bypass surgery than those who received drug coated stents following artery clearing procedures to improve blood flow to the heart, according to data from a five-year study presented on Sunday.
By Bill Berkrot and Deena Beasley
November 4, 2012