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Brave toddler Alfie Clamp stuns doctors after being born with extra strand of DNA

 
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Brave toddler Alfie Clamp stuns doctors after being born with extra strand of DNA
A BRITISH toddler has become the first person in the world to be born with an extra strand in his DNA, in a condition so rare doctors don't even know its name.

[link to www.news.com.au]

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


Never heard of this before.
Very interesting.
I'm interested in hearing your thoughts about this.
peace

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Re: Brave toddler Alfie Clamp stuns doctors after being born with extra strand of DNA
I tried searching youtube for a video (for those non-readers), but this is all I could find:


I dont speak the language, but I'm sure some users could find it useful.
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Re: Brave toddler Alfie Clamp stuns doctors after being born with extra strand of DNA
Here is an interesting article about a man who once (mistakenly) thought DNA was a triple helix. His name was LInus Pauling.
He also won 2 nobel prizes.

He was one of the most influential chemists in history and ranks among the most important scientists of the 20th century. Pauling was among the first scientists to work in the fields of quantum chemistry and molecular biology.

Pauling is one of only four individuals to have won more than one Nobel Prize. He is one of only two people awarded Nobel Prizes in different fields (the Chemistry and Peace prizes), the other being Marie Curie (the Chemistry and Physics prizes), and the only person awarded two unshared prizes.

Article about triple helix:
[link to lpi.oregonstate.edu]

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Re: Brave toddler Alfie Clamp stuns doctors after being born with extra strand of DNA
brave?
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brave?
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Ya, I know, That's journalism for you. Trying to make drama/heroes out of everything.

I find this triple helix fascinating, but find the tone a bit condescending.
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Re: Brave toddler Alfie Clamp stuns doctors after being born with extra strand of DNA
Evolution at work.
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Re: Brave toddler Alfie Clamp stuns doctors after being born with extra strand of DNA
A BRITISH toddler has become the first person in the world to be born with an extra strand in his DNA, in a condition so rare doctors don't even know its name.

[link to www.news.com.au]

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


Never heard of this before.
Very interesting.
I'm interested in hearing your thoughts about this.
peace
 Quoting: Kashodi


the child does not have an extra strand of DNA, he has an extra copy of one particular gene, and there are MANY in this world who have been born with an extra copy of one or more genes. One of the sexuality issues in people can arrise from some who are born with an extra x or y, in the genes determining sex. Normally people have x and y. Some are xxy, some are xyy.

these things happen. There are other conditions I studied in medicine long ago around extra copies, but I no long remember some of them for sure, as to the gene affected. I know I took care of a child with one of those once.

There are people now being born with 3 or 4 entires strands, and then replicate more and more as they grow up and these are the ones who are star seeds. They have more connections with spirit.
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Evolution at work.
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The kid is physically and mentally disabled so I would call it devolution.
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Re: Brave toddler Alfie Clamp stuns doctors after being born with extra strand of DNA
Okay, I checked on down's syndrome, which I thought is one that has 3, and that is so of #21. But I have taken care of, as above, another with a replicated sequence of another gene, memory suggest 19, but I am not sure.
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Re: Brave toddler Alfie Clamp stuns doctors after being born with extra strand of DNA
Thanks for sharing Nobody In Particular. This is the first I have heard of this.
Never heard of those you mention that have more than 3.
But then again I don't know much about starseeds.
Not sure what to believe about it...must do more reading I suppose

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