JNC VI, the latest government recommendations on treating hypertension

    You'll hear a lot about JNC VI, the latest government recommendations on treating hypertension.

    It's an update of JNC V, which was released 5 years ago.

    JNC V generated a heated controversy because it recommended only beta-blockers and diuretics for initial therapy. Many physicians wanted it to include ACE inhibitors and calcium blockers.

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