Published in Blood Weekly, May 4th, 1998
The increased risk does not hold true for women, which may shed light on why males tend to develop heart disease and suffer strokes at a younger age than females, said lead author Amanda J. Lee, PhD, research statistician at the University of Edinburgh Medical School, Scotland.
The study is the first to link blood stickiness to the early development of atherosclerosis,...
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