Published in Blood Weekly, April 4th, 2002
People in the study with elevated blood levels of homocysteine were significantly more represented in the group of patients with a form of stroke called spontaneous cervical artery dissection (sCAD) than stroke-free control subjects - 64% versus 13.9%. In addition, those with sCAD were also three times more likely to have two copies of the "T" version of the C677T MTHFR gene - 36% versus 11% - leading researchers to suspect...
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