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candidate gene for premature

 
  December, 8 2000 0:09
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Researchers find candidate gene for premature
menopause


Scientists lead by a research team from New Zealand have identified a gene which may be implicated in premature menopause, a condition affecting one in a hundred women under the age of 40 and one in a thousand under the age of 30.

Contact:
Margaret Willson
m.willson@mwcommunications.org.uk
44-1536-772181
European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology


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