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Here is a look at the risk factors for heart disease according to blood type

You wouldn’t think about what blood type meant for you—maybe not even include it in a wedding registry or memory card. Research now shows that your blood type predicts a lot more when it comes to hea



1,289 symptomatic adult patients who had blood type information and had tested positive for COVID-19 using the Mass General Brigham Research Patient Data Registry. Their in-depth research revealed no conclusive evidence of a link between blood type and disease progression, hospitalization, patient placement during intubation, or any inflammatory markers.

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