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Large Study Identifies Genetic Variants Linked to Risk Tolerance and Risky Behaviors

An international group that includes researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine has identified 124 genetic variants associated with a person’s willingness to take risks, as reported in a study published January 14, 2019 in Nature Genetics.

Large Study Identifies Genetic Variants Linked to Risk Tolerance and Risky Behaviors

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Large Study Identifies Genetic Variants Linked to Risk Tolerance and Risky Behaviors
An international group that includes researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine has identified 124 genetic variants associated with a person’s willingness to take risks, as reported in a study published January 14, 2019 in Nature Genetics.
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