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A disease caused by mutated recessive genes that can be passed along for...

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...generations with no expression is? A disease caused by mutated recessive genes that can be passed along for generations with no expression is
A. Turner syndrome.
B. leukemia.
C. cystic fibrosis.
D. muscular dystrophy.
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its C.
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You know, with a bit of research you could answer your own damn school homework...

Get off your lazy behind and do your studies.
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