Sisters' cells may unlock genetic mys...

Sisters' cells may unlock genetic mystery

There are 6 comments on the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette story from Dec 27, 2013, titled Sisters' cells may unlock genetic mystery. In it, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that:

Unfortunately one that they share is a rare metabolic disorder that causes dangerously low blood sugar whenever they get ill or stressed out.

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Likely Vaccine Caused

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Dec 28, 2013
So many RARE llnesses . People in North America have never been sicker.

Since: Jan 07

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#2 Jan 2, 2014
Smith–Magenis syndrome occurs during the formation of reproductive cells (eggs or sperm) or in early fetal development. And it is rare, and has nothing to do with vaccines. Most importantly for those who understand biology, "In making eggs and sperm, the DNA have to replicate themselves, and it's not a perfect process," Dr. Burton said. "Accidents can occur and mutations are the basis of evolution. But most are deleterious, so you get mutations that cause disorders, and each girl got a different one."
friend ZERO Credibility

Winnipeg, Canada

#3 Jan 2, 2014
friend wrote:
Smith–Magenis syndrome occurs during the formation of reproductive cells (eggs or sperm) or in early fetal development. And it is rare, and has nothing to do with vaccines. Most importantly for those who understand biology, "In making eggs and sperm, the DNA have to replicate themselves, and it's not a perfect process," Dr. Burton said. "Accidents can occur and mutations are the basis of evolution. But most are deleterious, so you get mutations that cause disorders, and each girl got a different one."
And if the parents are vaccine damaged it may be passed on. Dr Burton is just a specialist in BLAH BLAH and he's a nobody.
ric99

Grimsby, UK

#4 Jan 2, 2014
At least Dr. Burton has academic qualifications, unlike the Winnipeg dummy, who isn't even qualified to get out of bed in the morning.

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#5 Jan 3, 2014
Dr. Burton must be more than a nobody. For starters she's a she, not a he. She is the one who persisted in finding out what was wrong with the children. Her actual title is clinical geneticist, a medical specialty which provides a diagnostic service and "genetic counselling" for individuals or families with, or at risk of, conditions which may have a genetic basis.
SO WHAT

Winnipeg, Canada

#6 Jan 3, 2014
friend wrote:
Dr. Burton must be more than a nobody. For starters she's a she, not a he. She is the one who persisted in finding out what was wrong with the children. Her actual title is clinical geneticist, a medical specialty which provides a diagnostic service and "genetic counselling" for individuals or families with, or at risk of, conditions which may have a genetic basis.
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