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    Scientists distinguish new compound that may forestall heart arrhythmia risk from basic drugs

    Dozens of commonly used drugs, including antibiotics, antinausea and anticancer medications, have a potential side effect of lengthening the electrical event that causes regeneration, creating an irregular heartbeat, or cardiac arrhythmia called acquired Long QT syndrome. While safe in their current dosages, some of these drugs might have a more therapeutic benefit at higher doses,