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Published in Cardiology

News · April 12, 2024

ACC 2024: Genetic Stress Sensitivity Increases Acute Coronary Syndrome Risk During Stress Events

Patients with higher-than-average neuroticism polygenic risk scores were 34 percent likelier to develop ACS

PracticeUpdate Editorial Team


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