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Blood pressure-lowering drugs should be offered to all individuals at high risk of having a heart attack or stroke regardless of their blood pressure at the start of treatment, according to the largest meta-analysis conducted to date involving over 600,000 people, published in The Lancet.

Blood pressure treatment should be based on personal risk not minimum thresholds
Blood pressure treatment should be based on personal risk not minimum thresholds

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