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The Exposome Paradigm in Human Health: Lessons from the Emory Exposome Summer Course

10:44 EDT 29 Jun 2017 | NIH

Introduction For human health, exposures matter. A recent analysis of 28 chronic diseases in monozygotic twins found that the proportions of disease risks attributable to genetics were modest, with genetic population–attributable fractions ranging from 3% to 49% and a median of only 19% (Rappaport 2016). Beyond disease, the largest meta-analysis of twin studies to date […]

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