Academic research output from UW Medicine, and the University of Washington overall, scored highly in several fields and subject areas in the recently released NTU Ranking. The ranking looks at published academic research from the perspectives
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Current treatments can slow progression of heart failure, but do not address the underlying issues, including specific problems that cause systolic heart failure. In this condition, the heart doesn’t contract vigorously enough in pushing blood