83,000 Londoners at risk of heart disease

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83,000 Londoners at risk of heart disease

An estimated 83,000 Londoners could have a faulty gene, which puts them at risk of developing heart problems or sudden death.

The British heart Foundation, which has released the figures, says its concerned many people are unware they may have the defect.

Emily Reeve, a senior cardiac nurse has been speaking to Luke Blackall.

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