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Just a few days left to ask a Stanford cardiologist questions on YouTube

If you haven't done so already, we invite you to head over to the Stanford YouTube channel and ask cardiologist Euan Ashley, MD, questions about genetics, heart disease and how gene sequencing may one day guide clinical treatments. So far, 86 people have submitted 29 questions and cast 273 votes in Ashley's Moderator series and we will record his reply next Monday. (There are also currently seven pages of comments and we will respond as we can.)

Previously: Stanford Medicine partners on YouTube Moderator launch

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