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Intrauterine growth retardation has long been recognized at high altitude. Since growth-retarded babies have a decreased chance of survival, intrauterine growth retardation would be expected to have been selected against in populations long resident at high altitude. We have previously reported that Tibetan babies born at 3,658 m weighed more than their(More)
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