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I'm jewish am I more susceptible to having vascular diseases?
11 doctors weighed in

Jin Packard
Emergency Medicine
6 doctors agree
In brief: Family history?
Not necessarily, if there aren't any family history of vascular diseases.
Some genetic traits are more prevalent in certain ethnic populations, but that doesn't mean that every individual member of that ethnicity is predisposed. Talk to your doctor. (thanks to jin packard, med student).

In brief: Family history?
Not necessarily, if there aren't any family history of vascular diseases.
Some genetic traits are more prevalent in certain ethnic populations, but that doesn't mean that every individual member of that ethnicity is predisposed. Talk to your doctor. (thanks to jin packard, med student).
Jin Packard
Jin Packard
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Dr. Norman Chideckel
Surgery - Vascular
3 doctors agree
In brief: Pad
no

In brief: Pad
no
Dr. Norman Chideckel
Dr. Norman Chideckel
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Dr. George Valdez
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: No
Certain types of jewish heritage predispose to various conditions, but not vascular disease.
There are many other factors you can goto whatsmyheartrisk.Org to review your risk, then discuss with your doctor on how to minimize.

In brief: No
Certain types of jewish heritage predispose to various conditions, but not vascular disease.
There are many other factors you can goto whatsmyheartrisk.Org to review your risk, then discuss with your doctor on how to minimize.
Dr. George Valdez
Dr. George Valdez
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