What Can Be Done to Prevent Sudden Heart-Related Deaths

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By Molly Clifton

Researchers at Harvard medical school may be one step closer to preventing sudden heart-related deaths.

Researchers say they were able to stop the cardiac muscle from thickening for several months by reducing production of a mutant protein.

When the muscle thickens, it weakens the heart.

The study was done in mice.

More research is needed.
 



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