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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 If both the mother and father carry a genetic mutation , or a bad gene, and have a child, then the child will inherit the Wilsons Disease How is this genetically past down How is this genetically past down Wilson's Disease Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Treatment Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Treatment How should I feel if I had the disease And how should I treat people with the disease? How should I feel if I had the disease? And how should I treat people with the disease? Charactersistics of the disease Charactersistics of the disease Liver: Yellowing of skin and eyes, swelling or pain in abdomen, throwing up blood, or fatigue.Psychriatric(brain):depression, mood swings,innapropriate or aggressive behovior, and anxiety etc. It's actually really hard to diagnoseWilson's Disease because the symptoms also look like liver disease, the doctors have to look at a pattern of symptoms to diagnose it. The prognosis: If the disease is treated early, the person can live a regular healthy life, but if not treated early, the person will still have the diseases.Treatment: The treatment is a medicine called Chelating Agents. What is Wilson's Disease? What is Wilson's Disease? an autosomal recessive genetic disorder in which copper accumulates in tissues; this manifests as neurological or psychiatric symptoms and liver disease. If a Christian had the disease they shouldn't be afraid because it's apart of God's plan just look at Exodus 23:25 How do we treat people with this challenge? How do we treat people with this challenge? We shouldn't treat them any different,it's all apart of God's plan, look to Mark 12:31 1 in 30,00 people have it worldwide. What is a genetic disorder? A genetic disorder is a disease that is caused by an abnormality in a persons genes. The abnormalities can be as small as single-base mutation in only one gene, or it can involve the addition or the subtraction of entire chromosomes. What is the human genome?The human genome is the complete set of genetic information for humans. This information is encoded as DNA sequences, found in the 23 chromosome pairs in cell nuclei, also in small DNA molecule found in the individual mitochondria.
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