TMrox wrote:I’ve jokily told my parents that I want to sue their genes because of my CCSVI. I’m just gathering evidence to see who I should bring to court…
A neurologist from the Mayo Clinic, Dr Brian Weinshenker, has found that fathers with MS tend to have more children who develop MS than do mothers with the disease. In a large MS population it was found that children with MS got the disease twice as often from the father than the mother.
I’m not a doctor, but this finding might suggest that the faulty vascular gene responsible for CCSVI might be passed by the father.
If this is to be right, then my dad should be hiring a lawyer soon…
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