Genetics: The Nutrition Connection
Discover how the Human Genome Project will soon affect dietetic practice in this fascinating new reference. Medical nutrition therapy, nutrition and food service, drug therapy, gene therapy, gene diagnostics, and social and public nutrition policies will all feel the impact of this on-going research. Each chapter in the Genetic Connection begins to answer the question of how these advances will affect dietetics. Prepare for the future with this exciting new title.
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