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Genome Work May Reveal Environment-Disease Links

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Genome Work May Reveal Environment-Disease Links

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Genome Work May Reveal Environment-Disease Links

Genome Work May Reveal Environment-Disease Links

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Federal scientists announce the completion of the first phase of the Environmental Genome Project, which aims to understand identify genetic variations that explain why individuals respond in different ways to various environmental agents. Hear NPR's Richard Harris.

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