Stanford University School of Medicine researchers have launched a new project to identify Stanford patients who may have a genetic disease that causes a deadly buildup of cholesterol in their arteries.

Using data analytics and software that can learn to recognize patterns, researchers will comb through electronic health records to identify patients at risk of familial hypercholesterolemia, which often goes undiagnosed until a heart attack strikes.

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