SinisterCheese59 karma2019-07-07 10:53:36 UTC
Apparently this disease affects about 1/25.000 worldwide (1/100.000 in Finland where I live, for some reason.) But it is really common in Turkey (1/2600) .
How does this show among the common population?
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SinisterCheese11 karma2019-07-07 17:57:12 UTC
I don't know why. But we only test it systemically on babies that have non-Finnish ethnic background. It just isn't a thing here. I mean like it is a quite significant statistical difference compared worldwide,
Also traditional Finnish diet is very fish AND vegetable based. Having meat weekly or daily is a fairly modern invention, like in the 50's.
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