A novel method to interpret early phase trials shows how the narrowing of the coronary sinus concordantly improves symptoms, functional status and quality of life in refractory angina

E. Marc Jolicoeur*, Stefan Verheye, Timothy D. Henry, Lawrence Joseph, Serge Doucet, Christopher J. White, Elazer Edelman, Shmuel Banai

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