Study questions value of genetic risk scores

ScienceDaily | 3/25/2019 | Staff
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One example is a GPS for heart disease that appeared to have an accuracy of more than 80 percent in the earlier publication. After further investigation and taking patients' age and sex into consideration, it had a much lower value, however. For other conditions, the GPS overlapped considerably in patients with the disease compared with controls.

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