Largest-ever analysis shows gene mark...

Largest-ever analysis shows gene marker predicts African-Americans' smoking behavior

There are 3 comments on the Stanford story from May 22, 2012, titled Largest-ever analysis shows gene marker predicts African-Americans' smoking behavior. In it, Stanford reports that:

A study drawing on data from more than 32,000 African Americans and 50 institutions around the country suggests a specific gene variant is correlated with how much a person smokes.

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Klaus666

Toronto, Canada

#1 May 22, 2012
So, n!88### are genetically predisposed to smoke? Sweet!
Stars are beautiful

Eastwood, Australia

#2 May 22, 2012
bizarre stuff

RyGuy88

“Eyes Big as Child...:)”

Since: Apr 12

Mankato, MN

#3 May 22, 2012
Now if they could only do that with children...If I could pick the genes of my kid. They would have my eyes for sure. Or blue eyes. It is in me to make them. Who I feel sorry for is people who no matter what they do. Can't make light eyed children. It is just not in them. You can't take what is not there.

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