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Increasing rate of incidence cyclical.

Discussion in 'Research' started by millyyates, Aug 18, 2012.

  1. millyyates

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    Just as interesting, when the boy was diagnosed, 2 more kids in the same school got also T1 within a year.
     
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    I can do better ( or worse?). At my daughter's middle school, 9 kids were dxd the same spring as my daughter. She was first in Mar. We caught it very early. There were 3 kids at the school previously. 12 by the end of the school year. I have a really hard time not speculating, a triggering virus went through our school earlier in the year.
     
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    Its the same here in Finland aswell. New cases happen mostly during autumn/winter (come in waves)
     
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    Kari this isn't showing seasonality. This is showing a 5 to 6 year cycle.
     
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    Ah, indeed. THanks for the correction.
     

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