Do beta-blockers INCREASE mortality when used for hypertension

Do beta-blockers INCREASE mortality when used for hypertension?

We know that beta-blockers help some patients with heart disease.

But they don't seem to work as well as other antihypertensives to improve outcomes in patients with uncomplicated hypertension.

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