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A CFS study on genetic risks found flawed

Hip

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Looks like the take-home message is that if you are trying to determine whether a given SNP mutation is more common in ME/CFS patients compared to healthy people, you have to compare it to 23andMe's own database of healthy control data, rather than any other genetic reference databases.
 
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