Stents Can Be Coated With Dissolvable Drug-Eluting Fibers, Tel Aviv University Study

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Tel Aviv University -- Stents that keep weakened and flabby arteries from collapsing have been true life-savers. But after six months, those stents are no longer needed — once the arteries are strengthened, they become unnecessary. Previously, doctors had no choice but to leave them in place.

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