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Date:5/22/2008

ard will highlight the importance of this science. Says Church, "We wanted to draw attention to the fact that while epigenetic influences affect particular genes, they can also affect whole groups of genes. In the stress response, the whole body is affected, including our immune system." Soul Medicine Institute's research focuses on methods of reducing stress, in order to provide a positive epigenetic environment for the body.

In subsequent years, the Epigenetic Medicine Award will be awarded annually by a committee of experts drawn from the many scientific institutions now studying epigenetics. The prize aims to highlight the practical applications of epigenetics, rather than theoretical science, and to emphasize the potential of therapies that use epigenetic approaches to improve health.


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