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Silos in healthcare are bad for us. Here's the cure

Silos can be bad for our health Image: Steve Buissinne / Pixabay

Laurence Sperling

Chair of the World Heart Federation group on the Roadmap for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention among People Living with Diabetes; Professor in Preventive Cardiology, Emory University School of Medicine

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