Minimally invasive procedure could cure high blood pressure

Minimally invasive procedure could cure high blood pressure

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CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

Australian scientists believe they may have found the cure for high blood pressure.

It's a minimally invasive surgical procedure that blasts kidney nerve tissue with radio waves. Thirty minutes could be all you need to make taking pills unnecessary.

Scientists say they found reduced levels of blood pressure in 83 percent of the patients after six months.

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