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Genetic risk score in cardiovascular prevention: dawn of a new era
Session

Congress : ESC CONGRESS 2016

Topic : Risk Factors and Prevention

  • Session type : Advances in Science
  • Date : 29 August 2016
  • Time : 11:00 - 12:30

5 presentations in this session

State of the art in genetic risk score: a breakthrough in cardiovascular prevention.

Congress : ESC Congress 2016

  • Session : Genetic risk score in cardiovascular prevention: dawn of a new era
  • Speaker : O Melander (Malmo,SE)

Do metabolic risk factors mediate the genetic risk for coronary heart disease?

Congress : ESC Congress 2016

  • Session : Genetic risk score in cardiovascular prevention: dawn of a new era
  • Speaker : J Fritz (Innsbruck,AT)

Genetic risk score and cardiovascular mortality in a portuguese population

Congress : ESC Congress 2016

  • Session : Genetic risk score in cardiovascular prevention: dawn of a new era
  • Speaker : A M Pereira (Lisboa,PT)

Future direction for research in genetic and epigenetic associations in cardiovascular disease

Congress : ESC Congress 2016

  • Session : Genetic risk score in cardiovascular prevention: dawn of a new era
  • Speaker : A Tybjaerg-Hansen (Copenhagen,DK)

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