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xR: The Human Genome Project has Delivered on its Promise to Treat Disease. Introducing GEMS, the Genetic Enzyme Methylation Syndrome
Date:2/13/2013

; says Les Emhof MD, a practitioner in Tallahassee Florida who routinely treats GEMS patients. "You can treat a child as soon as you know their genetics, decades before symptoms arise and that is a medical breakthrough." Eleanor Womack MD from Austin Texas agrees. "I am seeing more and more patients whose diseases and symptoms are well explained by GEMS and it is exciting to treat patients definitively based on hard data derived from the human genome project." Scott Sedlacek, an Optometrist, states, "I see in GEMS new hope to prevent eye disease and manage diabetic retinopathy and macular degeneration non-surgically to defer or avoid current therapies that seek to inject medications into the eye."

Dr. Rozakis credited Dr. Brian Bakke, a PhD in bio-organic chemistry for helping physicians bridge the gap in knowledge between clinical practice and the intensely scientific worlds of genetics and biochemistry.

One fascination with GEMS as compared to the current medical model is that correcting imbalances in biochemistry can prevent and benefit chronic diseases which make up 70% of the healthcare dollar. This has the potential to cut the cost of health care and improve productivity in the aging workforce because patients treated with combinations of bioidentical hormones and targeted nutraceuticals have more energy and simply "feel" better.

"The value of methylation pathway biochemistry is a medical breakthrough. It came from the world of autism because 100% of autistic children have problems with methylation disturbances" says autism expert Lynette Louise who highlighted methylation on her radio show.

"To find a clinician who is able to balance your methylation pathways contact us at http://www.xrmd.com or call (877) 745-9763. To view upcoming lecture
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