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May 09, 2006

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cece

My uncle and first cousin are diagnosed with iron overload, c282y/c282y, and c282y/h63d. further study of genomes show my grandparents each had one or two mutations , c282y. My mom passed recently and it wasnt exactly alz, but dementia was there. For years, she would get B12 and B complex shots from her dr. In recent yrs, her dr retired and the new ones said she didnt need shots. I am still wondering about it. She was depressed in later years and I remember her going for her once a month shots and her feeling so much better. any ideas out there??

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