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May 10, 2023Liked by Jennifer Depew, R.D.

Your tireless work is unbelievably appreciated (and implemented in many lives).

Proud to help even one iota.

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Epigenetics has a huge impact indeed Jennifer. I've read that only 5 percent of cancer and cardiovascular patients can attribute their disease to heredity:

https://romanshapoval.substack.com/i/89801577/epigenetics

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May 11, 2023Liked by Jennifer Depew, R.D.

As fast as you post, more horrible stuff emerges.

Today's horrible-oma:

New RNA ligase identified https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-023-36451-x

RNA-ligase-dependent biases in miRNA representation in deep-sequenced small RNA cDNA libraries https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3162335/

ChatGPT4 take on the implications https://twitter.com/MaunaLoona/status/1656063165279641600 https://archive.ph/wip/BE3Ki

McKernan: https://twitter.com/Kevin_McKernan/status/1656036012588449804

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Excellent piece, thank you

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I cannot locate the source for the life of me, I know I read in a Substack post that a single “zap” from something as simple as an electric fence...

Was a kill-switch for the nano-stuff in the body? I am sorry for the lack of source material... perhaps another reader recalls?

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