I know a group of you have been working on the statistical analysis to figure out where our dna was altered. If 23andme isn’t even near to a full sequence, how can we actually do any meaningful work with our dna?
Our mutation could’ve happened in an unsequenced part of our dna.
That is my main question.
Another bit of information is that Dante labs is offering clinical grade sequencing for $189 right now. They’re a European company operating around the world. The test is 30x pass which means it’s clinically accurate. You can download your raw dna.
I would love to buy it while it’s on sale for the holidays, but the privacy and security concerns scare me.
Companies like Nebula have a great concept, but currently only do .4x which is very inaccurate.
If we can break through and find the gene edited, Crispr will at the very least be able to correct the mutation.
The government and big pharma will have big red tape on this. We need to find the gene and cure ourselves. Crispr is actually fairly simple science. Kits are available online for under $200 to do experiments with. We, in my opinion, should all become knowledgeable on this now.
If we don’t we may never see a cure. If big pharma makes the cure the drug will cost millions of dollars.
Crispr is cheap. If this is genetic, there’s a very high probably we can fix dna mutations.