Mayo Clinic doctors with training in heart disease (cardiologists) and other researchers study new diagnostic and treatment options for people who have many heart conditions, including Kawasaki disease. Learn more on the research website.
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- Taggart NW (expert opinion). Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. Sep. 9, 2013.