Rob Rothfarb on Tracking My Blood

February 11, 2014

Rob Rothfarb has an artificial aortic heart valve. It requires him to take anticoagulation therapy so that he reduces his risk of blood clots. It also requires constant monitoring to ensure that he is within target ranges. Rob learned that different lifestyle factors and genetic susceptibility was related to how effective his therapy was so he decided to start doing weekly self-testing and experimenting with one factor, his diet. Watch his talk from our 2013 Global Conference to find out what he learned.

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