Study Finds Genomic/Clinical Combo to Be Best Predictor of Complications in Stent Patients on Plavix | GenomeWeb

By Molika Ashford

A predictive model combining patients' clinical features and genetic testing results is better than genetic or clinical factors alone at gauging which patients treated with the antiplatlet drug Plavix after a coronary stent procedure are at risk of experiencing stent thrombosis, a recently published study found.

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