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Genetics and Heredity from 2006

  1. Can you tell me if having type 1 diabetes will predispose a person to having any of the "antibodies" or "genetic markers" that are found in a person with confirmed celiac disease? (26 Oct 2006)
  2. My son has idiopathic glucose intolerance. Will it get worse with time? Does a parent with pernicious anemia make a child more likely to have a certain type of diabetes? (3 Oct 2006)
  3. Does gestational diabetes put either the mother or child at a higher risk of developing diabetes? (22 Aug 2006)
  4. Is diabetes inherited? My uncle had type 1. Could my daughter have it since she is not gaining weight? (30 Apr 2006)
  5. What are the odds of one family having three children with diabetes? Could my children have type 1 due to their father's family having rheumatoid arthritis? (11 Mar 2006)
  6. Our two sons have type 1, yet our daughters don't. Why did the boys get diabetes and not the girls? Are the underlying causes of type 1 diabetes known? (3 Mar 2006)
  7. My son has type 1 and my husband has ulcerative colitis, both autoimmune disorders. What are the chances another child would have an autoimmune disorder? (29 Jan 2006)

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