Genetic defects hold evidence risk for sudden cardiac deathSudden cardiac death is always a shocking, tragic event, especially when it occurs at a young age. But for the first time, scientists are unraveling how genetic defects can help predict the risk of dying suddenly. In individuals with one of the the leading causes of this unfortunate phenomenon.
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