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Clin Resour Manag. 2002 Jan;3(1):10-3, 1.

Mentor-driven cardiovascular risk-reduction program makes a strong case for prevention.

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CVD is the biggest killer of Americans, but many experts agree that traditional medicine is too focused on fixing cardiac problems rather than preventing them. Further, there is evidence that even modest efforts which focus on behavior change can make a significant dent in utilization. See how one mentor-based program is helping providers give their patients the preventive guidance and support they need.

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