I am just wondering if the RF factor equates the severity of the disease? EX: if the RF Factor is say 700 versus someone with a RF Factor of 60, would you expect the first person to have a much more difficult time with this disease, or does it not matter "the number"? Thank you for your input. I have about a thousand more questions! I enjoy reading these boards, thank-you to all that contribute.
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