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Achondroplasia is the most common form of dwarfism found in the world today. It has many serious effects, and can be life threatening, or debilitating in some cases. If the proper precautions are taken, then affected people can usually live fairly normal lives.
Achondroplasia affects about 1 out of every 15,000 people born. It is autosomal dominant, and is caused by an abnormal gene located on chromosome #4. If one parent has the condition and the other does not, with each pregnancy there is a 50 percent chance that each child will be affected. If both parents have Achondroplasia, there i…
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