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Hello,

 

I have noticed that most people who suffering of daily nerves pain are mainly male and have mediteranean background: turc, arabic, spanish, jew, (indian, pakistanese are obviously not mediteranean but they might have some ancestor ).. It's also my case.

I want to confirm this hypothesis. Among people suffering of nerves pain, can you post if you are/are not with mediteranean background?

It could be interesting to understand the virus and adapt a cure for us.

Thank you

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