Hi, after a minor heart attack on 27 Dec, I was told I had severe heart disease and needed a by pass operation which was carried out on Jan 2nd. I am 56, never smoked, drink very little, eat a healthy diet, have zero history of heart disease in my family and am / was extremely fit. In other wods, I tick none of the boxes of suggested possible causes for cardiovascular disease. The operation was a technichal success and I am recovering very well. I am interested in finding out if there is any recent or even ongoing research onto better diagnosis of heart disease which may help everyone and particulkarly people like me who would be the last person you would imagine may suffer a heart attack?