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An study in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that there was no significant association between a genetic risk score — based on 101 SNPs — and incidence of cardiovascular disease in Caucasian women. Brigham and Women's Hospital's Nina Paynter and her colleagues followed 19,313 participants in the Women's Genome Health Study for a median of 12.3 years and determined the participants' genetic risk scores based on genome-wide association study results.

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