Genetic Secrets That Allow Tibetans to Thrive in Thin Air Discovered
An international team of scientists has identified a genetic variant linked to low levels of hemoglobin in the blood, a condition that allows Tibetans to live and work at more than two miles above sea level without getting altitude sickness.
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