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A commentary by SPCR researcher Richard McManus (University of Oxford) and Jonathan Mant (University of Cambridge) was published in a special edition of The Lancet medical journal today.

They corroborate with researchers from Imperial College London whose research indicates that if the current advances in the diagnosis, treatment and management of blood pressure continue unabated until 2022, then 80% of patients will be on effective medication. (The Telegraph, and Mail Online, 30 May, 2014).

Commentary in The Lancet: The drugs do work: blood pressure improvement in England

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