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Helen Hobbs, Nature Genetics V40, pp 1461, 2008

 

When obesity and IR were controlled for there was no difference in the prevalence of HS in whites and hispanics.  However, the lower prevalence of HS in Blacks could not be explained by a difference in obesity and IR.  In fact the prevalence of obesity and IR was similar for Hispanics and Blacks.