More than half a million disease-gene associations

More than half a million disease-gene associations - The lack of random beneficial mutations will ruin the theory of evolution

DisGeNet maintains a database of human genetic diseases and disorders. In May 2017, their database contained a collection of 561,119 disease-gene associations, that is, a disease associated with a genetic mutation. The site is currently one of the most important databases used by researchers who try to develop medicines and therapeutic treatments for humans suffering from rapid human genetic degradation.

Evolutionists have not a single convincing example of a random beneficial mutation. And even if there are some candidates, disease-causing genetic mutations will in any case be so numerous that it is perfectly clear that evolution is not happening and it never happened. In addition, harmful mutations arise so rapidly that the fairytales of millions of years of evolution have proved to be the most serious heresy of our time.