UF scientists find genetic clues about pain insensitivity

A baby who rarely cries is many parents’ idea of a “happy” baby. Ashlyn Blocker was that kind of baby. She never cried at birth, when she was hungry, wet or teething. But when neither a severe…
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4 Responses to UF scientists find genetic clues about pain insensitivity

  1. MamaMia903 March 31, 2015 at 9:07 pm #

    Glad UF is studying genetic pain traits in Ashlyn. We live in nearby Tampa
    Florida and would like to know if you can please do genetic testing on my
    daughter Ashli Small who suffers from congenital chronic neutropenia. She
    is now 15 and was diagnosed at age 1. Like Ashlyn, we have very little
    answers as to why this condition exist and would like to help other
    beginning parents understand more. Email mamamia903@verizon.net

  2. omgloveyou101 March 31, 2015 at 9:39 pm #

    shes my best friend, they went to disney with my family. 🙂 i have known
    her when i was born! <3 her

  3. MamaMia903 March 31, 2015 at 9:56 pm #

    Hello

  4. MamaMia903 March 31, 2015 at 10:03 pm #

    Glad UF is studying genetic pain traits in Ashlyn.

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