Harvard Heart Letter

Gene discoveries may pave the way for new blood pressure drugs

Research we’re watching In the largest-ever investigation into the genetic causes of high blood pressure, researchers have pinpointed 44 gene sites associated with this common condition. The findings may provide leads for developing new drugs to treat high blood pressure, say the authors, whose study was published online Sept. 12, 2016, by Nature Genetics. …

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