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Toiling away in their labs, researchers the world over have been doing their own genome-wide association studies of disease, and occasionally corroborating their data with others' to see whether they've found anything different. That was the scenario for asthma researchers in the US until about two and a half years ago when, at the encouragement of a National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute program officer, various researchers in the field came together to form a consortium called Eve.

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