In most cases, genes have less than 5% contribution to disease risk

Yet another study (published by geneticists who have a vested interest to come up with results that say otherwise) according to which for the vast majority of diseases genes explain at most 5% of the cause. So, worded differently, more than 95% of the risk of developing a particular disease is entirely environmental. Btw, those … Read more In most cases, genes have less than 5% contribution to disease risk

There’s no gay gene

Very apt title, in my opinion at least. And then it comes to genetic explanations of diseases, I guess an even more apt addition would be “another one bites the dust”. Recently, I posted about the complete and utter failure of the genetic hypothesis to explain depression. That indictment on the genetic link in depression … Read more There’s no gay gene

There is no “Depression Gene”, and any “evidence” of a genetic cause so far has been fairy tales

I did not think that I would see such a brave post appear on the front page of “Science” magazine, but here it is below. Apparently, common sense is finally starting to prevail in psychiatry and some doctors have had enough with the whole genetics fraud. They published a paper arguing that not only there … Read more There is no “Depression Gene”, and any “evidence” of a genetic cause so far has been fairy tales