Fungus in Your Gene Pool?

January 30, 2018

Article written by Doug Kaufmann 

If there is, you will most likely be misdiagnosed. Today, we read that yet another in the hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions of research papers, that all point to genetic “variations,” as contributing to disease. This one says, “Newfound gene linked to amyloid beta plaque buildup in Alzheimer’s disease. It saddens me that our doctors and researchers see the effect and believe it is the cause! This “multi-institutional team” of researchers has discovered that a normal gene called IL1RAP takes on abnormal characteristics, called “variants,” that can lead to Alzheimer’s disease.


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