Then came January 9, 2007 — the day Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone. If you can imagine Pearl Harbor but without an effective counter-offensive, then you can imagine the effect of the iPhone on Nokia. The company collapsed so thoroughly that books were written about its decline and fall. And when a company collapses, there are human casualties — humans like Bob, who never again regained his career footing. He never again enjoyed that same feeling of hope and opportunity. Depression ate away at his insides, hurting his heart until it couldn’t take even a short sprint in a driving rain.
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However, it would be a mistake to assume that the clinical features of Down syndrome are only due to a handful of genes being overexpressed. You can think of the overexpressed gene products interacting with a number of normal gene products, each product individualized by the person's unique genetic makeup, and thus being thrown "out of genetic balance." This would then make the person more susceptible to other genetic and environmental insults, leading to the features, diseases and conditions associated with Down syndrome. It is this complex arrangement that scientists will be addressing in the second century of Down syndrome research.