Genetic fatalism: fact or fiction?

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Webinar presented by Dr. Marie-Pierre Dubé, Director of the Beaulieu-Saucier Pharmacogenomics Center at The Montreal Heart Institute

“It runs in the family!”, “The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree”, “Like father, like son”, or “Like mother, like daughter.” We often lay part of the blame for our diseases on genetics. But is heredity really at fault? This webinar discusses what science has to say about the role of genetics in cardiovascular diseases and the impacts of healthy lifestyle habits on individuals with different genetic predispositions.

Webinar originally broadcast on February 15, 2022

This webinar is only available in French

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