Assistant Professor Fazal Khan explores how certain environmental exposures experienced by our ancestors can affect our health a couple of generations later, independent of our genetic sequence, and some implications for future tort laws. Graphic reprinted by permission from Macmillan Publishers Ltd: Nature (Vol. 441, pg. 144), copyright 2006.
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