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The following comment by Adanna78 was moved from Trimethylaminuria#Treatment

Should include how much of each supplements should be taken and also who do you get in contact with for more information.

- 2/0 (cont.) 22:57, 17 September 2010 (UTC)

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The Incidence section I just deleted was lifted almost word-for-word, without attribution, from an ABC News Website. That's plagiarism.


I just landed here from a link from outside, read the lead, and didn't understand a word. -Roxy the dog™ (resonate) 03:29, 25 March 2015 (UTC)