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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 3

Dr. D, please, while you are on a roll, a question on MN?

Posted By: Louise Anderson
Date: March-04, 1998 at 12:29:45

In Response To: Re: Here are a few on ABO and ischemic heart disease (Peter D'Adamo)

Regards, Peter!

I have been frustrated searching for information on MN phenotypes.I am a O+ NN secretor (Cherokee and German heritage).
I was one of those women you mentioned in your book that developed cervical cancer and never mestasized.
My doctor removed it surgically with no recurrence.
In ER4YT you referenced MN to being related to cancer and heart disease. (I also have a benign mitral valve prolapse).
I would greatly appreciate whatever clarification you can provide. Some specific questions:

1) Would an NN marker predispose someone toward cancer and/or heart didease?

2) Are there any diet restrictions that would apply for NN?-
(I was very surprised to read the dramatic difference Steve outlined for MN secretors)

3) Are the recomendations from the DSP-1 be taken over the basic O diet
(there were some major contrdictions)

4) Will you be addressing any of this in the long (and anxiously) awaited next book?

Thanking you in advance,

Louise Anderson

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