Genetics and the Role of Heredity in Hypertension

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Dan O'Connor, MD, discusses the genetic basis of hypertension.

Daniel T. O'Connor, MD, professor of Medicine and Pharmacology at UCSD, presents “a fascinating look at the role of genetics and common diseases of later adult life.” O’Connor discusses several cases of twin pairs and uses these as “a window into the role of heredity in hypertension.”

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