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How sharing the same blood type may create other shared health traits
 

How sharing the same blood type may create other shared health traits

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Since the introduction of the ABO blood typing in 1900 by Karl Landsteiner, scientists to date still do not fully comprehend the role it plays in human physiology.
 
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18 Nov 2016 - General
 
Blood group types have a deep impact on the development of different diseases and it is also found that sharing the same blood type may create other shared health traits as well. We all are well familiar with all blood groups A, B, AB and O with Rhesus blood typing that’s mean all these blood groups can be positive and negative. Blood group O is a universal donor while blood group AB is the universal recipient. Individuals with different blood groups have a risk for different diseases such as pa...
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Thanks @[Madhubabu kaaja] for sharing the article. There are some statistics showing the relationship between some diseases and certain blood group. Some malignancies are claimed to occur more in specific blood groups. But this is actually a theory supported by some statistics. The relationship is not proved undoubtedly. I personally think, there is some other kind of factors that may explain the association. Blood group antigens are probably not associated directly. However, more research is re...
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