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I believe the MTHFR gene mutation is a highly significant public health problem that is completely ignored. Yet, millions are suffering from pulmonary embolisms, addictions, fibromyalgia, miscarriages, schizophrenia, severe depression, cancer and autism to name a few.
What do these conditions have in common?
They all may be linked to a MTHFR gene mutation in the individual expressing these symptoms and health conditions.
If we can prevent the turning on of the MTHFR gene mutation in unborn infants, how huge would that be? MASSIVE.
If we can reduce mental illness, addictions, cancer and cardiovascular disease related deaths, how huge would that be? MASSIVE.
If we can get MTHFR mutations on the map and get standardized medicine to begin screening for it, we can truly make a difference. The lab test to determine which MTHFR mutations are present is only about $150.00. That is nothing.
With all that said, you can see why I have created MTHFR.net.
I encourage you – highly encourage you – to help me gather as much information as possible about MTHFR gene mutations and get it out there.
If you have access to media, and you resonate with my purpose of MTHFR.net, please do get in touch with me.
I’m tired of treating disease. I want to prevent it.
This doesn’t mean I am going to ignore helping the many who have MTHFR gene mutations – especially of the C677T or the A1298C or worse – both.
I am constantly in research looking for ways to improve the lives and health of all those with MTHFR mutations – no matter how minor and no matter how severe.
I have a solid understanding of MTHFR mutations and expanding that knowledge on a weekly basis.
I look forward to hearing your story.
More importantly, I look forward to improving your life – and perhaps saving the life of a family member with an unknown MTHFR gene mutation.