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Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) have identified hundreds of loci at very stringent levels of statistical significance across many different human traits. However, it is now clear that very large samples (n~10^4-10^5) are needed to find the majority of genetic variants underlying risk for most human diseases. Therefore, the field has engaged itself in a race to increase study sample sizes with some studies yielding very successful results but also studies which provide little or no newarXiv:1308.4102v1 fatcat:plmjweiqrbggljkf3kxwvd4ify