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evidence that 'sweaty palms' syndrome is genetic

 
  March, 8 2002 2:34
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UCLA study finds evidence that 'sweaty palms' syndrome is genetic and underreported

A new UCLA study shows strong evidence that "sweaty palms” syndrome is genetic. Previously this embarrassing and often debilitating disorder was thought to be stress- related and not taken seriously by the medical community. The study helps prove that it is definitely a medical condition that affects many more than previously thought -- up to 5% of the population.
California Vascular Research Foundation

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Rachel Champeau
rchampeau@support.ucla.edu
310-794-0777
University of California - Los Angeles


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