2018/01/26

Disease-causing genetic mutations in human DNA are in an explosive growth

Disease-causing genetic mutations in human DNA are in an explosive growth

http://www.hgmd.cf.ac.uk/ac/index.php

The human genetic mutation database (HGMD) maintains a database of disease-causing genetic mutations in human DNA at population level. The page will be updated every 2-3 months. Even yesterday (26th Jan 2018) the number was 214,158 but today, after the update, the figure is 220,270. Over three months, more than 6,000 new harmful genetic mutations were registered, which is an annual growth of over 24,000.

It's noteworthy to understand the direct consequences of these genetic mutations:

https://rareundiagnosed.org/rare-disease-facts/

  • Rare diseases affect 1 in 10 people, more than 350 million people worldwide
  • Approximately 50% of the people affected by Rare Disease are children
  • 30% of children with rare disease will not live to see their 5th birthday
  • There are more Americans who live with a rare disease than ALL of those who have either HIV, Heart Disease or Stroke.
  • 95% of rare diseases are without an FDA approved treatment or therapy.
 
Genetic degradation is a scientific fact and it occurs all over nature. There is no mechanism for evolution because any change in organisms is based on epigenetic regulation of existing, preprogrammed biological information OR degradation of information. Don't be deceived.