Stanford Researchers To Study Ginkgo’s Effects On Peripheral Artery Disease
The National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bethesda, MD, has granted Stanford University researchers over $1 million to undertake a large scale clinical study of ginkgo biloba and its effects on peripheral artery disease. The Stanford University School of Medicine is now looking for volunteers for the study, specifically those that suffer from leg discomfort caused by peripheral artery disease.
Stanford Researchers to Study Ginkgo's Effects On Peripheral Artery Disease
Published September 1, 2002
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