Could a Genetic Mutation Lower Your Risk of Coronary Artery Disease?

Dalrymple writes at PJMedia on a “refreshingly unusual” paper in the New England Journal of Medicine, unusual in that it not only establishes a correlative relationship between “lower levels of triglycerides in the blood” and a “lower prevalence of coronary artery disease” but identifies a causative relationship as well.

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