DNA and Hungarian #hungary
ethel jean saltz <nietgal@...>
I know this makes people uncomfortable. It sure did
make me uncomfortable. However, it's new medical
technical data that has effected me and a matter of
life and death.
I'm Haplogroup K. There seems to be a lot of
Hungarian folks in this mtDNA group. Since I've
gotten the impression that Hungarians made an effort
to select Hungarian mates, well, it may help us all to
know if this is a path to follow along with all the
tracing of our family.
All I wish to confirm that this hypothesis is
observable within this SIG.
It turns out when I brought up the question about
breast cancer in the Genographic K group, at first
there was resistance. But then someone who is expert
(I haven't figured out how to read my own code yet)
reported he was shocked to find out that the
observational science seems to point out that this
group is presenting a medical history data base.
Because of this, I can make better health decisions.
I used to think all this Ashkenzai stuff was
antisemitism. Now I am part of the truth. Because of
copyright laws on scientific quanta, vocabulary is
watched diligently by the legal profession.
I don't think I've broken any copyright laws have I?
We can pursue personal health maintenance along with
finding out about dead relatives, can't we?
Ethel Jean (Kowan) Saltz
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