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How the Hormones You're Born With Influence Disease Risk

News   Sep 16, 2020 | Original story from Michigan State University

 
How the Hormones You're Born With Influence Disease Risk

This research shows that it's our perinatal hormones, not our adult sex hormones, that have a greater influence on our risk of developing mast cell-associated disorders throughout the lifespan. Credit: Michigan State University.

 
 
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