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  Principle 1- Public health should address principally the fundamental causes of disease and requirements for health aiming to prevent adverse health outcomes

  The genomic revolution sheds new light on the idea of a fundamental cause

        Nature vs. Nurture: What emphasis should be placed on genomic framework in policy decisions

  Should makers of policy shift funds from social and environmental factors affecting disease to genetic factors : September 24, 2008 NZ boosts genomic infrastructure

  To what degree are genetics fundamental

        The classical one-gene-one-phenotype theory is usually false: OMIM : Genetic location of Alzheimer's Disease