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Folic Acid

Published on 6/17/2019
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To come down with pernicious anemia you've got to be missing two things.  The more important thing is that it's pernicious; that you get from missing cobalamin.  What's left is anemia, which comes from too little folic acid.

Anemia is Greek for bloodless.  But it's not so much blood that anemics don't have, it's the little cells that make the blood red.  We call them red cells, and they are easily the most primitive cells we have; the body's heavy laborers.  All they do is pick up a load of oxygen over at one of the lungs, lug it over to some other cells, dump it, and return to the lungs for another load.  This isn't exactly a fascinating job and no cells with any brains want to spend the rest of its life doing it.  But the human body, ever resourceful, has found a solution:  take their brains out.

When a red corpuscle is born into this world it starts out like any other; but, little does it know, it has been pre-programmed to self-lobotomize.  During this period of normal growth, it naturally refuses to be associated with anything as demeaning as hauling oxygen.  But as time passes and its nucleus begin to shrivel to nothingness, it begins to do as it's told.

Bad as anemia is, it's not as bad as pernicious.  With proper care, anemia can be made to halt, about face, and return to complete normalcy.  Pernicious can be made to halt but never to retrace its steps, so any damage done up till the time of treatment is permanent.

 

 

 

 

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