The blood type of a person can tell about a person's predisposition to certain diseases. Scientists have found out what diagnoses are most common among the owners of a particular serum composition.
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Danish experts conducted a study that lasted more than 30 years, and determined that people with blood groups II, III and IV are 40% more likely to experience deep vein and lower limb thrombosis than people in group I. Harvard scientists argue that blood group IV increases the risk of cardiovascular diseases. However, it is important to remember here that smoking and obesity have a much greater impact on the development of cardiopathologies.
Researchers from the Karolinska Institute in Sweden found that malignant tumors of the stomach are 20% more common in people with group II blood, and the body with group I is less resistant to Helicobacter pylori bacteria, which causes gastritis and ulcers.
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