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Old 09-06-2013, 12:43 AM   #209 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by alitongkat View Post
also, there is NO gene, that does "do" anything...
there are genes linked to psychopathy, to breast-cancer etc...
but it doesnt mean that the carrier DOES have the trouble...

genes dont do anything...
before someone gets a "related" illness, much more in the body must go wrong...
Sickle Cell Anaemia is a direct result of being offspring of two parents with the same genetic mutation and nothing else.

In Saudi Arabia you are supposed to be tested before you get married, to try and eradicate the disease, but the silly sods ignore it.

Not sure if *every* child of two such parents actually develops it though.
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