A synthesis of facts and research data establishing a link between hereditary hemochromatosis (HH) and multiple sclerosis (MS).
London, Canada (PRWEB) September 09, 2014
“Hereditary Hemochromatosis? and Vitamin D Deficiency from UVB radiation (sunlight) Originating from Northern Europe” (published by Xlibris) is a synthesis of facts and research data establishing a link between hereditary hemochromatosis (HH) and multiple sclerosis (MS).
Author Trisha O’Connor gives an in-depth, technical presentation first describing and explaining the diseases involved then elaborating on the cause as to why HH is common amongst those of northern European descent and, finally, linking HH with MS through survey information coupled with genetics. Her assertions are all backed by prior peer-reviewed research, which she cites throughout her work as is the standard scholarly publications.
As a scholarly work, the information the book presents requires a certain level of technical expertise to understand. The write-up is clear, with many references, making it a good starting point for readers to begin their own research on the subject. This contribution to the growing knowledge on HH and MS should, hopefully, help in finding a cure.
“Hereditary Hemochromatosis? and Vitamin D Deficiency from UVB radiation (sunlight) Originating from Northern Europe”
By Trisha O'Connor
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 56 pages | ISBN 9781493179374
E-Book | 56 pages | ISBN 9781493178902
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Trisha O'Connor studied at Ryerson University for an honors degree in Clinical Nutrition and her education in the University of Alberta and U.W.O. She then proceeded on her premed in Anatomy and Physiology at Athabasca University.
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