- •In 5742 patients with vascular disease the incremental value of a GRS on risk prediction of new vascular events was determined.
- •The GRS did not improve risk prediction of new cardiovascular events beyound traditional risk factors.
- •The GRS might improve risk prediction of first vascular events in patients with a history of stable atherosclerosis.
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