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Breaking Inter-Generational Cycles of Disease Determinism: The DOHaD Project

Breaking Inter-Generational Cycles of Disease Determinism: The DOHaD Project
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"We are what our parents and grandparents ate, and how they lived," says Dr. Mark Hanson, Director of the Academic Unit of Human Development and He...
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    "We are what our parents and grandparents ate, and how they lived," says Dr. Mark Hanson, Director of the Academic Unit of Human Development and Health at the University of Southhampton in the United Kingdom. This chilling but increasingly recognized prospect concerning intergenerational passsages of disease risk helped found the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD) study, a worldwide collaboration aimed at better understanding environmental to genetic determinants of health across multiple generations. In this discussion with host Dr. Matt Birnholz, Dr. Hanson highlights the science behind broadening our scope of individualized care to include both past and future generations of each patient.     

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