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The Integrative Approach For Breast Cancer Prevention: “MTHFR Mutation bigger than BRCA?”

Written by Dr. Kristine Blanche I spent the first half of my medical career in a conventional mindset. Throughout my work in surgery, emergency medicine, & critical care, I realized that there was a very limited focus on prevention in the medical world. Prompted by a series of family illnesses, I became “obsessed” with the […]

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The Intersection of Tongue Tie & MTHFR

Ankyloglossia also known as tongue tie is not a condition you hear about every day, but certainly one of great impact, especially for the 4% of newborns affected by it.[1] For those not familiar with tongue tie, it is a condition where the tip of the tongue is connected to the floor of the mouth […]

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Read this First!

Welcome to MTHFR.Net. You are here at MTHFR.Net because you are in need of help or someone is. You’re in the right place. Truly. Dr Ben Lynch, me, is very passionate about getting MTHFR into the media and increasing awareness of this very serious gene mutation. If your doctor or loved ones are not taking […]

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MTHFR Screening

Question from a colleague: Ben, Hey how’s it going. I have been trying to read all your stuff on MTHFR. but I am missing something. Is the first screen process getting a homocysteine level on all patients or just ones with depression, strong family hx of cardiovascular disease, etc. thanks Answer: Not all those with […]

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Conversation Between Two Doctors on MTHFR

Comment from a colleague of mine from a forum: Hello Ben, We cannot go overboard about MTHFR gene mutations. It’s just one of many gene mutations possible in the body and comes in mild, moderate and severe presentations. The physiologic problem with MTHFR mutations is lack of methylation and elevating homocysteine is the key point of all […]

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