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In the 1970s and 1980s, medical students were taught that chronic disease was a consequence of altered biochemistry, driven mostly by a person’s genes. Because of the number of proteins our bodies manufacture, scientists expected humans to have 100,000 or more genes, though we now know we have approximately 23,000 genes. With the advent of the Human Genome project, the medical community expected that sequencing our DNA would allow us to cure chronic disease, though that has not exactly turned out to be the case….

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