RNase enzyme deficiency disease

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RNase Enzyme Deficiency Disease or REDD is a mitochondria disorder, but is not widely recognized.

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It has been suggested that REDD could trigger a number of illnesses including ME/CFS, multiple sclerosis, ALS, can cause crippling chronic fatigue in some people.[citation needed][1]

People with REDD[edit | edit source]

Author Ken Wilber has stated that he has REDD.[1]

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