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20. Child Abuse and Epigenetic Mechanisms of Disease Risk

      Child abuse and other adverse childhood experiences are associated with increased risk for a broad range of psychiatric and medical health problems. There is growing evidence that child abuse confers risk for these deleterious outcomes through epigenetic mechanisms.
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