The new report that just came out says that most angioplasties done by IC's on patients with stable angina do not improve outcome. The report casts doubt on the effectiveness and succcess of the widely used procedure compared to normal cardiac medications. However, the report could still be flawed in so many ways since it was primarily sponsored by drug companies who are running out of options. Yet, its consequence is that interventional cardiology and their angioplasty dominated profession and procedure maybe looking grim. I don't know any better because i am not a Dr yet but for interventional cardiologist and fellows, what do you think of this development?