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    what we have in commonHi
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    pwrabbit posted:
    Hi group
    I am new to this forum, so i don not know if this has already been done.
    We need to find the commonality among us. The odors are a metabolic disorder in the FM03 gene. But the PATM is another story.
    Maybe we all have blue eyes
    maybe our ancestors are from the same region.
    Hopefully we can find something that ties us together.
    The only way we will get help from the medical community is to give them something they can work with .
    If somebody knows how to put together a single thread of someway we can all add info the same place, that would be great
    Thanks
    Peter
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