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A vaccine to prevent high blood pressure was found to be effective in a new mouse study, with effects lasting about six months, according to a team of researchers at Osaka University.

The study, led by Hiroshi Koriyama, was carried Wednesday in the online edition of the U.S. journal Hypertension.

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