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Researchers Use Genetic History To Answer Mutation Questions

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

In the Southwest, a rare genetic disorder known as Common Hispanic Mutation has haunted those of Spanish-colonial descent for nearly 400 years. They call it El Frio or the cold. A majority of people with the disorder reside in New Mexico.

Source: NPR

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