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From: The Globe and Mail

What can twins teach us about genetics?

The Globe and Mail:

Look into the eyes of a twin one day.

You may not know it, but you will have found an intriguing window into humankind, a kind of flesh-and-blood Rosetta stone that holds the promise of curing disease and easing mental illness.

That’s no exaggeration – and it’s much more than the seemingly supernatural twin discoveries that occasionally flash into the public conscious. Stories about separated identical twins who have lived startlingly similar lives, capture the imagination, as do ruminations about near-mystical forms of unspoken communication between twins.

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