As the heart progresses toward heart failure, it produces high levels of a protein called Osteopontin, which is known to activate pathological remodeling of the heart. Lina Shehadeh, Ph.D., assistant professor of medicine, and a team of investigators decided to see if they could find a way to block Osteopontin signaling to prevent — or possibly even reverse — heart failure.
Dr. Mauricio Cohen speaks to Univision about preventing cardiovascular disease. (Spanish Audio)
ISCI Study Investigator Raul Mitrani appeared on YOUR SOUTH FLORIDA to discuss the importance of “Knowing Your Numbers.”