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New Genes Mean the Future of Obesity Treatment Could Get Personal

It took the genomes of nearly 340,000 people and more than 400 researchers in two dozen countries, but we now have the most comprehensive picture so far of the genetic contributors to obesity.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

One of the problems with trying to find genetic connections to disease conditions is that it overlooks the more complex epigenetic implications of environment, like the diet.

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