Super-social gene may hold clues to a...

Super-social gene may hold clues to autism, other disorders

There are 8 comments on the MSNBC story from Oct 25, 2011, titled Super-social gene may hold clues to autism, other disorders. In it, MSNBC reports that:

The 7-year-old twins from San Diego, Calif., have Williams Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that makes them unusually social, so outgoing and gregarious that, to them, there's no such thing as a stranger.

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#1 Oct 25, 2011
Even more gene research to be done. What an interesting article. I wonder how many people have chromosome testing dome for their kids with autism?
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#2 Oct 25, 2011
Real interesting, children with vaccine caused genetic damge of a different variety. But thats no news, the Genome Project report of 2010 found autistic children not only had mutations that DOD NOT ORIGINATE WITH THEIR PARENTS, they found they had hundresd of mutations and the children had different ones from each other. A sure sign of their development being interfered with by vaccine ingredients, and it NOT NOT NOT being inherited.

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#3 Oct 25, 2011
Again, directly from the report:
"Genome Project found CNVs which are submicroscopic duplication, deletions, or rearrangements of genetic materials in the DNA. Several of these CNVs were increased copy numbers located in chromosome 15 and were maternally inherited. While 'some' believe vaccines are all powerful and are responsible for this, the study actually suggests that tiny genetic errors may occur during formation of the parents' eggs and sperm, and these variations are copied during creation of their child's DNA."

Pretty soon one will change their ID to Fbummer4him. He still cant explain why more boys than girls, but then one would need an understanding of 'genetic'.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#4 Oct 25, 2011
friend wrote:
Again, directly from the report:
"Genome Project found CNVs which are submicroscopic duplication, deletions, or rearrangements of genetic materials in the DNA. Several of these CNVs were increased copy numbers located in chromosome 15 and were maternally inherited. While 'some' believe vaccines are all powerful and are responsible for this, the study actually suggests that tiny genetic errors may occur during formation of the parents' eggs and sperm, and these variations are copied during creation of their child's DNA."
Pretty soon one will change their ID to Fbummer4him. He still cant explain why more boys than girls, but then one would need an understanding of 'genetic'.
friend of PHARMA won't mention that sporatic genetic mutation can cause what she insists is inherited. The genome Project found it wasn't inherited genetics, but friend of Pharma ingores that. She like to support statements like "the study actually suggests... Like the words actually and suggests mean proof of something. It hypothetical to intelligent and logical folks, but to friend of Pharma its proof. DU-FUS

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#5 Oct 25, 2011
You can believe and interpret it any way you want. No one cares. The true beauty of it is, any one can read the Report for themselves. And they should.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#6 Oct 26, 2011
friend wrote:
You can believe and interpret it any way you want. No one cares. The true beauty of it is, any one can read the Report for themselves. And they should.
Its the ones like you who blatantly misinterpret and misquote it that I'm against.

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#7 Oct 27, 2011
You mean how you blatantly misquote the H1N1 insert? Right. http://www.topix.com/forum/health/autism/TPEV...

You can believe and interpret it any way you want. No one cares. The true beauty of it is, any one can read the Report and vaccine inserts for themselves. And they should.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#8 Oct 27, 2011
If I wasn't on here to post intelligent information you'd all have to listen to friend the Pharma loving Troll.

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