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International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 130: How Alcohol Consumption may Interact with Genetic Factors that Relate to Health and Disease

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Despite extensive research over the past few decades, our knowledge about the genes that underlie most chronic diseases remains incomplete.


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