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genetic disorders

It can be deadly for two people with cystic fibrosis to be in the same room.
As the population dwindles, so does their support, according to a new campaign.
The Canadian project highlights their beautiful relationships.
With headlines like "Three-parent babies!" exploding across the internet, it is easy to assume this new process will lead to the creation of children bearing the physical and psychological traits of three different people, but that is simply not the case.
When she was only four months old, the unthinkable happened -- my daughter Annie experienced her first seizure, then she was subsequently diagnosed with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC). It was only three weeks later when her twin, Audrey, began having seizures, and her diagnosis of TSC followed.