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Relation of alchoholism with genetics.
« on: December 24, 2018, 10:29:07 AM »
There isn’t a single gene responsible for alcoholism. There are hundreds of genes in a person’s DNA that may amplify the risk of developing an alcohol use disorder. Identifying these genes is difficult because each plays a small role in a much larger picture. Yet, studies have shown that certain combinations of genes have a strong relationship to alcoholism. So, alcoholism genetic predisposition can be caused with so many disease.

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