Acid reflux? It’s in the genes

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For many years it has been thought that acid reflux and a related condition called Barrett’s Oesophagus were acquired conditions, via diet, smoking and other lifestyle activities. However, recent family and twin studies have shown that those with Barrett’s Oesophagus may have their genes to thank for their predisposition to this condition.

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