11 May, 2009

Book About Jewish Genetic Disorders

Posted by Socrates in book reviews, books, genetics, Jewish genetics, Socrates at 10:29 pm | Permanent Link

Jewish Genetic Disorders: A Layman’s Guide. Haven’t read it, but it looks interesting:


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  7. 7 Responses to “Book About Jewish Genetic Disorders”

    1. Shylock Says:

      Too much inbreeding.

    2. Tom McReen Says:

      Tay-Sachs disease and various conditions.

    3. Ein Says:

      “Too much inbreeding.

      That’s only part of it.

      It’s not entirely a case of inbreeding. As Tom said, there are Tay-Sachs and a whole list of other SPECIFICALLY Jewish diseases that do not affect other genetic groups, whether those people are inbred or not. Thus, Jews are not just a “religion”, as they claim, but a distinct biological group.

    4. S.U.N. Says:

      Being jew is already a disease.

    5. Parsifal Says:

      As many here doubtless know, there are a disproportionately large number of retards among the Jews, especially in the Orthodox community. And with those long greasy side-locks, weird, ill-fitting black hats and big goofy glasses they wear, no shiksa would want anything to do with an Orthodox Hebe anyway. It’s like they go out of their way to be as physically repulsive as possible.

    6. Eman Says:

      It’s not just Tay-Sachs; the Ashkenazim are an ethnic group which is completely riddled with genetic diseases like:

      * Bloom syndrome [37]
      * Breast cancer and ovarian cancer (due to higher distribution of BRCA1 and BRCA2) [38]
      * Canavan disease [39]
      * Colorectal cancer due to hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer (HNPCC) [40]
      * Congenital adrenal hyperplasia (non-classical form) [41]
      * Congenital hyperinsulinism (PHHI) [42]
      * Crohn’s disease (the NOD2/CARD15 locus appears to be implicated) [43]
      * Cystic fibrosis [44]
      * Familial dysautonomia (Riley-Day Syndrome) [45]
      * Fanconi anemia (esp. Group C) [46]
      * Gaucher’s disease[47]
      * Hemophilia C [48]
      * Kaposi’s sarcoma [49]
      * Maple Syrup Urine Disease [50]
      * Mucolipidosis IV [51]
      * Niemann-Pick disease (Type A) [52]
      * Nonsyndromic Hearing Loss and Deafness, DFNB1 (Connexin 26) [53]
      * Pemphigus vulgaris [54]
      * Tay-Sachs disease.[55]
      * Torsion dystonia [56]
      * Ulcerative Colitis [57]
      * Von Gierke disease [58]
      * Zellweger syndrome [59]

      …among MANY others. Most Ashkenazim also have and genetically carry a whole lot of mental disorders too which are harder to pin down to specific genes but definitely exist in epidemic proportions among them…even the Jewish Encyclopedia admitted this, vaguely defining them as “nervous disorders”: http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?letter=N&artid=193

    7. Tay Sach Says:

      Thanks for that very timely info. I was engaged to a Jewess but will now call it OFF. I don’t want any JEW DISEASES in the family.