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A 35 year old man presents with sharp retrosternal chest pain that occurred at rest and lasted for 1 hour. There was no radiation of the pain and no tearing sensation. He denied any diaphoresis, nausea or vomiting. He is otherwise healthy and has no family history of coronary artery disease. He is asymptomatic now. His bloodwork, including high sensitivity troponin, drawn 4 hours post symptom onset, is normal. His EKG shows normal sinus rhythm with no T wave abnormalities or ST deviations. His chest X-ray is normal. How would you manage this patient?