Genetics and Heredity from 1997
- My son is 2 1/2. His father is 22 and has diabetes. Should I have my son tested? (16 Dec 97)
- Could you give a brief overview of how diabetes is passed from generation to generation? (8 Nov 97)
- My grandfather had diabetes, and my niece developed diabetes. Is there an increased likelihood that my children will develop diabetes? (7 Sep 97)
- I was wondering if there is an increased risk of my children developing diabetes since I have so many relatives with diabetes. (21 Aug 97)
- My husband is Type 1. Our daughter is Type 1. She just had a baby. Is there much chance of her baby developing Type 1 diabetes? (26 Jun 97)
- My father, mother, and 2 younger brothers are insulin dependent. What are the chances of me having healthy children? (20 Apr 97)
- I have 3 1/2 year old identical twins. Five months ago one of them was diagnosed with IDDM. Five months later the other got it. (30 Mar 97)
- Is epilepsy and/or diabetes hereditary? (9 Mar 97)
- With a history of her father having diabetes, are the chances of my granddaughter being a diabetic? (4 Mar 97)
- Our first child developed diabetes when she was 3. Our baby developed diabetes when she was only 2. There is no family history. (18 Feb 97)
- What are chances of my son age 29 diagnosed at 14 with Type 1 diabetes passing diabetes to his children? (27 Jan 97)
- We have two children. They have been diagnosed since they were 2 and 3 years of age. (25 Jan 97)
- What would be the difference in the percentages related to the length of time the father has been diabetic? (4 Jan 97)
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