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Who is CC Sabathia's parents?

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Who were CC Sabathia's Parents?

Mabel And Marco


Where were CC Sabathia's parents born?

Vallejo, California


WHO Are CC Sabathia's Parents?

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Why does a person with Cystic Fibrosis have the genotype cc?

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How can some hereditary diseases get passed on to offspring if the parents do not have the disease?

The parents themselves might not have the disease but hey carry it or not have it at all. Take Cystic Fibrosis for example, you can have a parent who isn't a carrier so says that's cc or a Carrier, Cc, so they don't have the disease but they have the genes for it and can pass it on. The C means the gene is dominant, so more than the other in a sense whereas the c means it is recessive and wont really come through. The child will have a 75% chance of not being a carrier. cc x Cc these parents cannot have a child with the disease because their is only one gene from the carrying parent. For a child to get the disease, the parents have to both be carriers so Cc Cc x Cc the chances are CC, Cc, Cc, cc so there is a 25% chance a child will have the disease, 25 % that they wont have it or wont be a carrier and a 50% chance that the child will carry but not have the disease. To sum it up, parents may not have the disease themselves but may carry it and therefore can pass it onto their child. Hope this helped!!!

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