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Professor Sir Rory Collins addresses the value of large population-based studies for understanding the causes of disease: the environmental, lifestyle, and genetic determinants.

This lecture was filmed at an event called: 'The William Harvey Lecture 2012:The value of large population-based studies for understanding the causes of disease.'

Date of lecture: 16th May 2012

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Length: 00:45:53

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00:25:29 - Blood-based prospective studies of disease associations
00:34:35 - Increased specificity of disease classification
00:42:35 - Conclusion: strategies for improved biobanking
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