A project commissioned by the Foundation ‘For your heart non-profit organization”, which in Rome yesterday unveiled the second campaign for the Rai to raise awareness and funds. “We work as true detective,” explains Attilio Maseri, a cardiologist famous names, from queen Elizabeth to Pope John Paul II, and president of the Foundation – becauseé the curiosityà è essential to open up a new way to science.”
the Objective, to reveal, finally, what there is behind those strokes that come like lightning from a clear sky, but also the secret of smoking hardcore, that at the table you do not deny anything, but in spite of all exceed the 90 springs.
“we Want to photograph the guardian angels of the heart, that give some people a protection più,” says the cardiologist. An ambitious research from years of observation of patients: “The hearts are not all the same. After you have standardized the treatment for offer treatment uniform throughout the Country, now we have to really personalize the treatments.
Also becauseé this does not explain why" some sufferers have problems in spite of the therapies, and others enjoy good health although they are at risk”. Thanks to the first campaign were financed two projects of the young ‘brains’, who have alreadyà demonstrated the existence of curious differences.
“A retrospective study of subjects undergoing coronary angiography with multi-slice cat scan for early diagnosis – tells Maseri – showed that 20% had coronary arteries are absolutely clean. Halfà of these people, over all, had at least three risk factors for coronary heart disease”.
in Short, a small group of subjects unusual, a bit like the famous british statesman Winston Churchill: despite the inseparable cigar, the mole, the stress and the passion for alcohol, turned off the più 90 ‘candles’.
Beside these patients, there is a 15% of subjects with coronary disaster, but no risk factor. Well, from these two groups can get the data più interesting”.
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Page published on 04 February 2010