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  #21

If a man with hemophilia fathers a child, his sons will not have hemophilia, but his daughters will all be carriers mostly.so it depends on the gender of the baby.


  #22

mandym wrote:
If a man with hemophilia fathers a child, his sons will not have hemophilia, but his daughters will all be carriers mostly.so it depends on the gender of the baby.


but the question is
"what is the chance that baby will have hemophilia ? "

the chances are "a healthy boy 50%" or "non carrier girl 25%" or "carrier girl 25%"

this means non of them will actully has hemophilia as a disease whatever the baby is a girl or boy and the answers is 4

if they asked what is the chance that the baby will get the hemphilia gene this is another story


  #23

me too 3


  #24

Ill go with #3


  #25

You can learn more about Hemophilia at Factorfacts.com


  #26

that was a simple q


  #27

the changes of having hemophilia are zero! but the changes of having the mutated allele are so different...


  #28

chances of hemophilia=0. chances of being a carrier if a female=100%. changes of being a carrier if a male=0. simple answer to that simple question.


  #29

mom's status is unknown hence tc10 you are correct....


  #30

Haemophilia is a group of hereditary genetic disorders that impair the body's ability to control blood clotting or coagulation, which is used to stop bleeding when a blood vessel is broken.





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