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Do people whose children develop tay-sachs disease later have better outcome if they reproduce?
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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Most likely
Having the knowledge that they produced such a child which will die at a young age, they usually will opt to test any developing fetus for the condition and terminate the pregnancy if it is positive.
They have a 75% chance of having a normal child.

In brief: Most likely
Having the knowledge that they produced such a child which will die at a young age, they usually will opt to test any developing fetus for the condition and terminate the pregnancy if it is positive.
They have a 75% chance of having a normal child.
Dr. Richard Bensinger
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