Study finds black men have less coronary blockage

04/27/2006 | United Press International

U.S. researchers call it "paradoxical" that this study found black men have fewer and less severe heart blockages than white men and yet are more likely to die from heart disease. Heart attacks usually are caused by sudden clot formation, however, and this might explain the unusual results of the study, the lead author said.

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