genetic disorder

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24 ( ANI ): In a bid to promote the lives of people with Down syndrome as lives worth living, a law has been introduced in Ohio that bans doctors from performing abortions based on the diagnosis of the lifelong genetic condition.
I Am My Own Twin' I have a genetic condition called, Chimerism.
Cystic fibrosis is a life-shortening genetic condition that causes fatal lung damage.
Genomic sequencing speeds up the diagnosis of rare and complex genetic conditions.
Angela knew there was something wrong with Archie, who has a brother and three sisters, when he was very young and after a long battle to find out the cause of his reluctance to eat, Archie was diagnosed with genetic condition Neurofibromatosis type 1.
There have been reported incidents of Canadians being discriminated against by insurance companies on the basis that they have the potential to be affected by an inherited genetic condition (Joseph Hall, Study finds genetic discrimination by insurance firms, The Toronto Star, 9 June 2009; and CBC, "Genetic Discrimination," The National, 12 February 2012 cited in Walker at note 7).
Not many people have heard of TSC, but every month 10 babies will be diagnosed with this rare genetic condition in the UK alone.
Genetic counselors help identify families at possible risk of a genetic condition by gathering and analyzing family history and inheritance patterns and calculating chances of recurrence.
This genetic condition is more common in cats, dogs and other domestic mammals.
The schoolboy, from Glasgow, had Sanfilippo syndrome, a rare genetic condition.
But it's the scenes from the conference for families with children who have a genetic condition known as Chromosome 18 that stick in my mind.
Once pregnant, a woman with a genetic condition should have an initial prenatal examination early in the first trimester to evaluate pregnancy risks, and for testing and screening, according to ACOG.
A SPECIAL fundraising appeal has been set-up in memory of a little boy who died of a rare genetic condition.
THOUSANDS of people in Wales are at risk of suffering early heart attacks due to a genetic condition which often goes undiagnosed by GPs, research has revealed.
Both the male and female tested can then identify whether they are carriers of certain conditions, and with the results, they can determine what risk their baby has of inheriting the genetic condition.