03-28-2008, 02:21 AM
HealthDay - THURSDAY, March 27 (HealthDay News) -- Scientists have found thatdeletions and duplications in DNA are more common in people withschizophrenia, and these errors are in genes related to brain developmentand neurological function.
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(From Yahoo Diseases)
10-12-2008, 11:45 AM
Multiple genetic problems. That explains how there is higher incidence of autoimmune problems, AND Vitamn B metabolic problems, AND Celiac, AND sleep disorders, AND LDs, .....
AND everyone is so very different.
I'll be looking forward to the day when they can say, "So Joe, according to your genetic profile you need X & Y & Z" and "Well, Mary, you need X & A & B"
I read that it is as unique as the families in which it comes. Yet they try solutions of a one size-fits-all variety. I already was quite aware that what runs in one family is quite different than what runs in another family. Some are more manic, some more depressed. Some all positive symptoms, some a mixture. Some with insight, some without. Some with severe sleep problems, some not.
And so on.
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