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Image for coronary bypassBypass Surgery: Good for Your Heart, But Bad for Your Mind?

Coronary artery bypass grafting has been saving lives for many years. But for some, a troubling complication after this surgery is the inability to concentrate and remember. Researchers are exploring the possible causes and ways to prevent these cognitive changes.

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