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Should we believe the barker hypothesis?
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Dr. Nikolaos Zacharias
Obstetrics & Gynecology - Maternal Fetal Medicine
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In brief: Yes!
Epigenomic modification of the fetal dna is now considered the main mechanism for foad (fetal origins of adult disease), as professor barker hypothesized (see.
Dr. Aagaard-tillery's papers). The theory is accepted worldwide now and makes teleological sense.

In brief: Yes!
Epigenomic modification of the fetal dna is now considered the main mechanism for foad (fetal origins of adult disease), as professor barker hypothesized (see.
Dr. Aagaard-tillery's papers). The theory is accepted worldwide now and makes teleological sense.
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