using digoxin in WOMEN with heart failure might do more harm than good

A new analysis suggests that using digoxin in WOMEN with heart failure might do more harm than good.

This interesting study raises BIG questions.

For example, why would women taking digoxin have a 6% HIGHER rate of death compared to women who don't take the drug?

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