Genetics and Heredity from 2010
- My daughters are now the ages their brothers were when they were diagnosed. Negative for antibodies, so far, do they have a great risk of diabetes because both brothers have it? (15 Sep 2010)
- Both my husband and older son have type 1. Our infant son doesn't have the high risk genes. Is there still a higher probability than the general population that he might get type 1? (17 Mar 2010)
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