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 Can A 14 year old girl have breast cancer?
and what are some of the simpstons is hair loss one?
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Jerry M
RH negative is considered the purest of all blood?
The point here is not religious but rather the scientific value (if any exists) of Blood such as RH Negative being able to reveal in it a cure for diseases such as AIDS, Cancers Etc..?
Science (not I) says that there are Rhesus proteins in Human Blood such as O+ (My Blood) A+, etc.... The RH Negative blood they don't know anything about its origin supposedly. (Adam was probably the purest of all in creation I would think? So what does all this mean? I don't know? But is it something of interest for science to look into? Does anyone know if this has been researched?

where on earth did you come up with that..

im not sure what you're getting at, but at one time the most valuable blood was O-

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Being RH negative is being unique.It is very rare it is not the purest blood.Blood oncecomes from lungs to heart after being purified is pure blood.RH negative may give rise to Erythroblastosis foetalis its a haemolytic disease of the new born.It may cause kernicterus, hepatosplenomegaly and hemolytic anemia

Kat Q
Actually, the purest type of blood is o-. That means that it is RH negative and it has no antigens. Its also probably the rarest type of blood

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I dunno what you mean by 'purest' but Rh- red bloods are missing an antigen that Rh+ cells have. The significance is that if you give someone who is Rh- blood that is Rh+ they will have a reaction and the recipient's immune system will destroy the donated cells because they don't 'recognise' them as 'self' cells.
So if by 'pure' you mean the ones with the least antigens that can be donated to any recipient, that would be O- blood.

It is not the purest, it is just the most rare blood type.

Kyle W
I thought it was O+ but what do I know.

For others named Rhesus, see Rhesus.
The rhesus factor is a method of classifying blood types (see Blood Typing). The rhesus antigen is found on the surface of red blood cells. Originally discovered in (and hence named for) the Rhesus Macaque (Rhesus Monkey). Not all people contain Rhesus in their blood. Those who do have Rhesus in their blood are known as Rh positive, those who do not are Rh negative. However, unlike the ABO system of blood classification where if a given person does contain an A, or B antigen the antibody is still present. If Rh is absent then, in most cases, the Rh antibody is also absent. The Rh factor was discovered by Karl Landsteiner.

Rh positivity in a fetus (caused by Rh positivity in a father) can be an important factor affecting childbirth when the mother is Rh negative, possibly causing Rh Disease in future Rh positive fetuses by the Rh negative mother.

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