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Like a broken record that skips, sections of our genetic code can excessively repeat, leading to genetic diseases. Today, @NYASciences is addressing #DNAexpansions in a new symposium that breaks down Huntington’s, ALS, myotonic dystrophy and more. http

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Like a broken record that skips, sections of our genetic code can excessively repeat, leading to genetic diseases. Today, is addressing in a new symposium that breaks down Huntington’s, ALS, myotonic dystrophy and more. https://on.pfizer.com/2IwnGdn 

Original Article: Like a broken record that skips, sections of our genetic code can excessively repeat, leading to genetic diseases. Today, @NYASciences is addressing #DNAexpansions in a new symposium that breaks down Huntington’s, ALS, myotonic dystrophy and more. http

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