HOUSTON—NASA’s Health Research Program (HRP) made significant discoveries from the 2015-16, “one-year” mission to the International Space Station (ISS) and now is eager to learn more by enlarging the number of subjects and improving data collection protocols. The long mission by now-retired astronaut Scott Kelly and his cosmonaut colleague Mikhail Kornienko—as well as the novel add-on Twins Study of genetic alternations involving Kelly and his identical twin ...


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