HKS Affiliated Authors

Additional Authors:

  • Thomas A. Gazlano


More Americans Living Longer with Cardiovascular Disease Will Increase Costs while Lowering Quality of Life. David Cutler, Thomas A. Gazlano, 2013, Paper. "In the past several decades, some risk factors for cardiovascular disease have improved, while others have worsened. For example, smoking rates have dropped and treatment rates for cardiovascular disease have increased—factors that have made the disease less fatal. At the same time, Americans’ average body mass index and incidence of diabetes have increased as the population continues to live longer—factors that have made cardiovascular disease more prevalent..." Link verified August 21, 2014