Is Lincoln Earliest Recorded Case Of Rare Disease

Abraham Lincoln was the rarest of men, and John G. Sotos believes that extended all the way to his chromosome 10. A physician, connoisseur of rare ailments and amateur historian, Sotos believes Lincoln had a genetic syndrome called MEN 2B. He thinks the diagnosis not only accounts for Lincoln’s great height, which has been the subject of most medical speculation over the years, but also for many of the president’s other reported ailments and behaviors.

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