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Rotational and orbital atherectomy, in-stent restenosis, clinical outcomes of stent thrombosis, coronary physiology in TAVI patients, invasive strategies for advanced heart failure, and more

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The past few weeks have reminded us, if ever there was a need, that the peer review process is imperfect and fraught with dangers. In the space of a few days, authors of COVID-19 studies published in prestigious journals such as The Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine have retracted their articles due to the inability to access raw data and validate the study findings after serious criticisms were raised on their strength and reliability. In particular, many have wondered how it was possible that the owners of the data had such large data sets of COVID-19 patients, ...

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