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Pesticides increase risk for Parkinson's disease: Certain people may be more susceptible

Previous studies have shown the certain pesticides can increase the risk for developing Parkinson?s disease. Now, researchers have now found that the strength of that risk depends on an individual?s genetic makeup, which in the most pesticide-exposed populations could increase the chances of developing the debilitating disease by two- to six-fold.
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