Genome Revolution with Richard Resnick
http://www.ted.com In this accessible talk from TEDxBoston, Richard Resnick shows how cheap and fast genome sequencing is about to turn health care (and insurance, and politics) upside down.
Richard Resnick shares this information with us in a entertaining and thought-producing way.
The human genomic sequencing was formally completed in 2003. The human genome’s sequencing is greatly influencing human health. Since then, it has guided researchers in human health, disease and medications. This information is very hopeful for those of us with MS.
Learning the fact that those of us with MS have five spots on the genome that need to be triggered to have MS. Knowing that simply taking vitamin D3 on a daily bases can possibly reduce the http://msrelief.com/2012/10/25/5-places-on-genome-to-trigger-ms/ It’s been suggested that maintaining adequate levels of vitamin D may have a protective effect and lower the risk of developing multiple sclerosis.
Everyone needs to take Vitamin D to stabilize the genome so it doesn’t flip the HLA or human leukocyte antigen.
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