Call for rehab for heart attack survivors

Australian lives would be saved and health care costs cut if more heart attack survivors attended cardiac rehabilitation programs, new research shows.

Increasing participation rates from the current 30 to 65 per cent would result in annual $35.5 million savings in health care costs and 2100 fewer heart attacks nationally.

The Heart Foundation says 430,000 Australians are living having survived a heart

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