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Synonyms for blood relation

one related by blood or origin

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This study was designed to determine the prevalence and occurrence of clinical manifestations of hereditary angioedema (HAE) in previously unevaluated blood relatives of known (index) patients with HAE in a few villages of a city in a province (Duzce) in Turkey.
7) progenitor cell transplantation Transfusions from blood relatives 1862/2370 (78.
Respondents from the Levant stood strongest against such marriages, with 79% believing they should be discouraged, and most respondents claimed they were aware about health risks involved in marriages among blood relatives.
t give a inks r "As Nick isn't her blood relative she definitely doesn't think that it is incest.
Although anyone can die of flu, it appears that you are more likely to die of the viral infection if you catch the virus from a blood relative.
Because I also have a portrait photo of the best man, I would imagine that it is he and the groom (and possibly the bridesmaid on the left) who are my blood relatives.
Blood Relatives is based on the Vampire Kisses series written by Ellen Schreiber.
The apparent clustering of human cases of influenza A (H5N1) among blood relatives has been considered as evidence of genetic variation in susceptibility.
We have a selectman who has an in-law apartment that is illegal, because they are not permitted in this town, and yet this illegal in-law apartment would only be sanctioned by the selectmen if only in-laws or blood relatives could have it," Mr.
In the case of lupus there seems to be a genetic facet about 10% of patients have close blood relatives with the disease.
Gay heads of families aren't reflected either--according to federal rules, "family" means different-sex married couples and blood relatives.
You need a family tree," Douglass notes, "because no matter who somebody wants to leave their property to in a will, your blood relatives have legal standing.
In most states, in the absence of written directions, health care professionals will turn to your blood relatives to make these decisions in the event you are unable to make them for yourself.
But when a grandmother turned up to claim custody, DCFS officials realized they had failed to search for blood relatives.
The risk was increased by as much as 11-fold in families with five or more blood relatives diagnosed with cancer.