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In the Spotlight

Pass the potassium to lower blood pressure

While many with high blood pressure try to cut back on salt, a new international research project is examining how eating more of the mineral potassium can also help.

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David Ellison, M.D.

David Ellison, M.D., is one of six collaborators on the new project, which is funded by a five-year, $6-million grant from Fondation Leducq. Ellison is a professor of medicine (nephrology and hypertension), and physiology and pharmacology in the OHSU School of Medicine, and director of the Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute at OHSU. Read more.