Top news of July: Updates in cardiac xenotransplantation; bereavement and HF risk; and more

Healio and Cardiology Today have aggregated a list of the most-read cardiology news of July 2022.
Readers were most interested in the xenotransplantation of genetically modified pig hearts into two brain-dead humans; 2 decades of ‘striking’ declines in U.S. cardiometabolic health; the impact of bereavement on HF mortality; and more.
A team at NYU Langone Health successfully transplanted two genetically engineered pig hearts into recently deceased humans in June and July, part of an effort to create a xenotransplantation protocol for people with heart disease. Read more
The prevalence

Healio and Cardiology Today have aggregated a list of the most-read cardiology news of July 2022.
Readers were most interested in the xenotransplantation of genetically modified pig hearts into two brain-dead humans; 2 decades of ‘striking’ declines in U.S. cardiometabolic health; the impact of bereavement on HF mortality; and more.
A team at NYU Langone Health successfully transplanted two genetically engineered pig hearts into recently deceased humans in June and July, part of an effort to create a xenotransplantation protocol for people with heart disease. Read more
The prevalence