Hello, just came across this discussion today, so not sure if you still wanted birth dates or not.
Simon who has Duchenne was born July 16,2000 at 11:50 a.m. in Montreal, Canada.
His younger brother William does not have Duchenne, and his DOB is August 5, 2003 at 09:29 a.m. in Montreal, Canada.
My Nephew diagnosed with DMD in 2016
Duplications of exons 2 to 4
MLPA ratio : 1.83 - 1.93
CPK level: 12100
Pt Name: Abhinav goud
Time: 10:45 AM
Birth place - Hyderabad, India.
shashi champaneria said:
Update on astrological factors in the birth charts of 33 boys with DMD
The work on astrology and DMD is still in progress but here is an update. PPMD has kindly provided birth data from 31 boys with DMD so far. We have also included 2 cases from Dr KS Charaks book, ‘Essentials of Medical Astrology’ in this study.
Affliction to Mars
61% (20/33) cases had an affliction to Mars.
In astrology Mars is related to muscles as well as vigour and vitality amongst other things.
Affliction to Moon
85% (28/33) cases had an affliction to Moon.
Moon is related to the state of health in childhood and is also linked to the mind and lungs.
Affliction to Sun
91% (30/33) cases had an affliction to Sun.
Sun is a signifier of a person’s general health, heart and circulation as well as chronic and wasting diseases.
Affliction to ascendant/ascendant lord
All (33/33) cases had an affliction to the ascendant and or ascendant lord.
The ascendant and the planet ruling the ascendant has very much to do with the self and health.
Adverse dasha lords at birth
All (33/33) cases had adverse dasha lord(s) at the time of birth.
In Vedic astrology if dasha lords at the time of birth were either malefic planets (Saturn, Mars or North and South nodes) or planets ruling 6th, 8th or 12th houses then it can indicate congenital illness.
All charts show adverse dasha lords at the time of birth confirming congenital disease. All the boys show affliction to the ascendant indicating health problems. The differences in affliction to Mars, Moon and Sun fits in with the fact that the severity and progression in DMD varies between individuals. (patient.co.uk/doctor/Duchenne's-Muscular-Dystrophy.htm).
It is interesting that DMD is caused by mutations in the very large dystrophin gene. Deletions account for 60-65% cases, duplications for 5-6% and point mutations for the remaining cases. (Swaminathan B et.al. Neurol India 2009;57:734-8).
Furthermore Duchenne muscular dystrophy is much more than a disease of skeletal muscles. Dystrophin is also found in the heart, brain, and smooth muscle (emedicine.medscape.com/article/1173204-overview).
Another interesting aspect of this study is twins. One case is that of non-identical twins born one minute apart where the older twin has DMD and the younger one does not. We have already discussed this earlier saying the twins birth charts (3rd house - younger twin and 11th house – older twin), actually shows the older twin is prone to illness but the younger one being protected.
A second set of twins also born one minute apart (need to know if they are identical or not) both have DMD. Their charts show that the older twin and the younger twins health are both adversely affected.