Heart Failure in African Americans: A Still Unresolved Question – Cardiology Grand Rounds

Northwestern University cardiologist Clyde W. Yancy, MD, MSc, discusses heart failure in African Americans, who have a disproportionate burden of heart disease. Dr. Yancy discusses how there is a need for treatment to reduce the effects of heart disease within the African American population.

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Clyde Yancy, MD

Clyde Yancy, MD

MSc Professor of Medicine, Professor, Medical Social Science Chief, Cardiology, Associate Director, Bluhm CV Institute & Vice-Dean, Diversity & Inclusion Northwestern University, FSM & Deputy Editor, JAMA Cardiology