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Genetics and Heredity from 1997

  1. My son is 2 1/2. His father is 22 and has diabetes. Should I have my son tested? (16 Dec 97)
  2. Could you give a brief overview of how diabetes is passed from generation to generation? (8 Nov 97)
  3. My grandfather had diabetes, and my niece developed diabetes. Is there an increased likelihood that my children will develop diabetes? (7 Sep 97)
  4. 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)
  5. 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)
  6. My father, mother, and 2 younger brothers are insulin dependent. What are the chances of me having healthy children? (20 Apr 97)
  7. 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)
  8. Is epilepsy and/or diabetes hereditary? (9 Mar 97)
  9. With a history of her father having diabetes, are the chances of my granddaughter being a diabetic? (4 Mar 97)
  10. 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)
  11. What are chances of my son age 29 diagnosed at 14 with Type 1 diabetes passing diabetes to his children? (27 Jan 97)
  12. We have two children. They have been diagnosed since they were 2 and 3 years of age. (25 Jan 97)
  13. 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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