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February 07, 2015
Anorexia nervosa
A study led by Howard Steiger, Ph.D., head of the Douglas Mental Health University Institute Eating Disorders Program, in Montreal, in collaboration with Linda Booij, a researcher with Sainte-Justine Hospital and an assistant professor at Queen's University, is the first to observe effects suggesting that the longer one suffers from active anorexia nervosa, the more likely they are to show disorder-relevant alterations in DNA methylation.
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