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There is really a long history of peer reviewed scientific research on conditions that increase in incidence because of the male biological clock. Beginning with Lionel Penrose in 1955 it has been observed that the age of the father can affect the health of the child. If you are interested in this read the sources of my paper.http://ebdblog.com/paternalage/There are many, many more genetic conditions found to increase with paternal age that are not covered by my paper.
Thanks to concerned heart. I checked out your website, which looked very thorough (and convincing.) I hope the broadcast was food for thought for a lot of people -- it sure was for me.
Wow, I'm glad you are so open-minded on this vital issue. So many men and women are not.We have the technology in place for men who need to delay fatherhood to freeze semen. The yearly price might come down if this becomes a big business. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/NEWS/India/Young_men_freeze_family_plans/articleshow/1746622.cmsThe news on Thursday from Cold Spring Harbor Labs is very relevant. Those Copy Number Variations might also be found in the sperm making cells of the father's.
are you kidding me? Oh man. I guess I'll have to go back and re-enable the "comment moderation' function. Sick of this spam rolling in all the time.
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