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Getting to grips with genetic twists

People can develop significant coronary artery disease despite having good risk-factor control

MR A was very careful with his food and ate only fish and vegetables for his meals. He exercised regularly in the belief that exercise would raise the high density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C) or "good" cholesterol, and protect him from heart disease. His low density lipoprotein cholesterol (...