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An autoptic study performed on 140 ultracentenarians, showed the presence of various types of cancer in 16.
Admittedly, the fictitious and the hyperbolic jostled the more scientific features emphasized here; geography, especially under the name of cosmography, would long support a number of traditional fictions, as well as new ones created by the imagination and the intoxication of the autoptic vision.
Indeed, MeHg interference in microtubules is consistent with neuropathologic findings in the autoptic brains of full-term newborn human infants from the Iraqi outbreak, who were exposed in utero in early phases of pregnancy.