Innovative heart condition test launched

A Coventry entrepreneur has launched a ground-breaking DNA test for heart conditions that will help to save lives.

Abdullah Sabyah, who runs Rightangled, is being supported by the University of Warwick Science Park’sBusiness Ready programme to help bring the test to market.

The kit is already being used by practitioners to help diagnose patients and decide which preventative medication would suit them best.

Dirk Schafer, of the University of Warwick Science Park, said: “This is a truly amazing story and we are delighted that Business Ready, the Science Park and the University have all played a part in getting Rightangled to this stage.”

Pictured (from left): Abdullah Sabyah (Rightangled), Dirk Schafer and Alex Toft (both University of Warwick Science Park)

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