Trials in primary and secondary prevention of coronary heart disease (CHD) are reviewed. The results of completed primary prevention trials suggest that dietary changes in middle-aged men may lower the incidence of CHD. Multifactorial trials may achieve an even greater reduction in CHD. Secondary prevention trials indicate that stopping smoking and the use of beta-blocking agents are effective in reducing recurrence rates.
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