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G6PD Deficiency and Diabetes Risk The evidence suggesting there is a link between G6PD Deficiency and diabetes risk continues to increase. An interesting caveat is that in one study it was shown that A1C levels were not elevated in people … Continue reading
My wife, Melody, was doing some G6PD Deficiency research recently and came across a paper published by the March of Dimes titled March of Dimes Global Report on Birth Defects. It is subtitled The Hidden Toll of Dying and Disabled Children. Melody was … Continue reading
Too bad that testing for G6PD Deficiency in neonates has not been instituted in American hospitals. If it had been, this baby born in Salt Lake City most likely would have survived kernicterus with G6PD Deficiency. I’ve heard too many … Continue reading
The Swine Flu-Supplement, Don’t Vaccinate By Stan Gardner, M.D., CNS G6PD Deficiency and the Flu Vaccine Editor’s Note: G6PD Deficiency and the flu vaccine is always a question that comes up this time of year. I am adamantly opposed to the swine … Continue reading
I was reminded yesterday that this is flu season and the flu can cause hemolysis in people with G6PD Deficiency. A member of my family with G6PD Deficieny had to be taken to the hospital for a blood transfusion when … Continue reading