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Thursday, July 29, 2010

Yorkshire Post TMAU article

Nigel Manning : some estimate that there could be up to three per cent of the population with some form of the condition
A regional English newspaper, The Yorkshire Post, has published an article about trimethylaminuria based around Gary, who appeared on the BBC 'One Show' about his TMAU , and has done an article with 'Chat Magazine' as well. Gary lives in the Yorkshire area, and Sheffield Children's Hospital is also in the county, which is where Nigel Manning (Principal Clinical Scientist, Dept. Clinical Chemistry, Sheffield Children's Hospital) tests for TMAU and is the only known clinical TMAU phenotype tester in the UK  


Along with Gary's story,  Nigel also elaborates on views about TMAU, such as some estimate perhaps 3% of the population could be affected to some degree. The article also says a 'large proportion of the population cannot smell it (trimethylamine)'. While this anosmia may or may not be correct, it does seem that some of the population seem to have difficulty smelling sufferers when they are smelling, particularly 'loved ones'.

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