Asperger’s virus mutation highly contagious

Researchers at Stanford University have announced in the latest Stanford University Health Journal that a recent study conducted by the immunology department of the Center for clinical immunology has found evidence Asperger’s Syndrome is actually contagious. “We have found DNA segments which seem to indicate that the syndrome has mutated into an easily contractible virus that resembles a strain of Marburg hemorrhagic fever. When Hans Asperger first discovered Asperger’s Syndrome, he probably never imagined that the possibility of a mutation existed.” According to Dr. Josh Strober, head of the Stanford’s Center for clinical immunology, this is highly probable. “We’ve seen cases where adults with the syndrome have married and actually passed it on to their spouses.” WrongPlanet.net will provide further information on what could possibly become an epidemic.

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