Original Article

Hypertension - Should It Be Treated?

Authors: MARGARET S. KLAPPER, M.D.

Abstract

The author considers the pros and cons of the effectiveness of the antihypertensive drugs. The difficulties of a critical evaluation are recognized, but in the author's opinion, drugs should not be witheld today in spite of the lack of unequivocal proof as to the certainty of their action.

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