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Mild Covid very unlikely to cause lasting heart damage: Study – Gulf News

The researchers say that the findings should reassure the public



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London: Mild COVID-19 infection is very unlikely to cause lasting damage to the structure or function of the heart, a new study suggests.
The researchers, including Thomas Treibel from the University College London (UCL), said that the findings should reassure the public, as they relate to the vast majority of people who had COVID-19 infections with mild or no symptoms.
“Disentangling the impact COVID-19 has on the heart has been a challenge. But we’re now at the stage of the…

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