In this article posted by Best Heartbreak Forever, research work done at the University of Cambridge was reported on. The researchers found new regions of DNA and rare genetic variations correlated to blood pressure. Of the rare genetic variations only a few were found on newly recognized sections of DNA, and most were found on previously-established sections. Six new genes were identified in this study, four of which were found to be rare variants which make great drug targets for heart and circulatory treatments. It was established that the rare genetic variations had a substantial effect on blood pressure when compared to the more common variants. The findings from this study aspire to influence further advances in research that will result in a better treatment of high blood pressure, and prevent fatal heart attacks and strokes. I believe this article did a great job at reporting on the research findings and projecting the aspirations that are wished to come from the findings. In my opinion what was found in this research was a great start to manufacturing a better treatment for high blood pressure. Considering heart disease is the leading cause of death in America creating a better treatment for high blood pressure will reduce the amount of fatal stroke and heart attacks from occurring in America and across the world.