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The Division of Cardiovascular Medicine (CVM), is led by Professor Stefan Neubauer and is part of the Radcliffe Department of Medicine. Research in CVM aims to understand the broad range of mechanisms underlying cardiovascular disease and to use this to focus on translational research (spanning from molecular biology through to clinical application). We adopt a multi-disciplinary approach involving biologists, clinicians, medicinal chemists, physicists, computer scientists and statisticians.

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Study confirms that breast is best for premature babies' hearts

Study confirms that breast is best for premature babies' hearts

Posted 14/06/2016

Breastfeeding premature babies improves long-term heart structure and function, an Oxford University study has found. The hearts of babies born early often develop abnormally. Dr Adam Lewandowski and colleagues at the Oxford Cardiovascular Clinical Research Facility, directed by Professor Paul Leeson, have previously shown that, in adult life, the hearts of people who were born very preterm have smaller chambers, thicker walls and reduced fu ...

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