Can Genetic Diseases Such As Albinism Be Stopped For Future Generations?
Thank you for your time, I want to ask, can this genetic disease be stopped so that it does not spread to the next generation? Then where did the genetic disease come from for example albino, if no offspring was previously exposed to albino? R nThank you.
Hello brother Mela,
Genetic disorders such as albino, which is a condition in which the development of chromosome genes in the body causes disruption in the formation of melanin or color cells on the skin surface so that the skin surface turns white. Hereditary genetic diseases such as asthma, allergies, blood disorders such as thalassemia, susceptibility to diabetes mellitus and the body's susceptibility to cancer. This genetic susceptibility cannot be passed on to subsequent offspring. Albino disorders can be inherited from a distant ancestry by a recessive gene carrier to eventually mutate back at a certain time or mutations that occur in an individual's genetic makeup are triggered by various factors. Because individuals with albinos do not have sheen skin dyes, they are more susceptible to ultraviolet effects, so it is advisable to use sunscreen when traveling and to use body armor such as a hat jacket or umbrella, consume enough water to avoid dehydration. Click the following article for information: Albinism. May be useful