The study was published this month in the American Heart Journal. ‘This was an unexpected finding, however, the study focused on the need for what is causing these younger women die unexpectedly, because the number of deaths continues to increase emphasizes,’said Sumeet Chugh, Associate professor of medicine in the OHSU School of Medicine.. But a study by an Oregon Health & Sciences University cardiac researchers conducted has found both men and women do not die from the same causes. Sudden cardiac death in men is usually due to coronary artery disease or other specific causes. However, the researchers did not find a specific cause of sudden cardiac death for 50 % of the women they studied.
A year ago, found a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , the rate of sudden cardiac death increased in women between 35 and 44 years more than the rate for men in this age group.But they believed that treatment receptor protein of to tumors of promote cancer development the cell nucleus.
‘Here, we find in that a receptor protein being Crab cancer – path also important, one is to genes that are to genes that pathway to another carcinogenicity in turn enter, ‘he says. ‘Proof the dual nature of these receptors can be also be interested the nature of research attached to them and possibly management strategy. ‘.