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What is a double cousin?
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Old 12-10-2017, 10:21 PM
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TAL, care to tell us?

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Double First Cousin Marriage and Genetic Disorders in South of IRAN | ,Razieh Mahdizadeh, Fatemeh Poordarvishi,Fouzieh Hajizadeh, Foroogh Zahedi | American Journal of Life Science Researches
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I have come across other articles over the last few years concerning this subject and the adverse affect it has on their population.

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Was this a high school paper? Seems like it...reading it. It's not even a real study.

"36 couples (52.9%) had history of genetic disorders in their families. 30 couples
had child and in 28 of them (93.4%) at least one child was affected to a genetic disorder."


Well DUH! They HAD genetic disorders and they bred with others with the same genetic disorders...what do you expect will happen?


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I have come across other articles over the last few years concerning this subject and the adverse affect it has on their population.

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The REAL takeaway here is...if your family has genetic disorders...STOP reproducing and passing it along!

These "families" have been interbreeding for thousands of years...THAT is why the prevalence of genetic disorders is so high...over hundreds of generations they have "selectively bred" people with this disorder. I'm surprised it's not 100% affected.
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You are very smart with so many degrees, please tell us about double cousins.
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Marrying your first cousin can double the risk of birth defects in your babies

What were their parents thinking. This could not happen in America, could it?
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Marrying your first cousin can double the risk of birth defects in your babies

What were their parents thinking. This could not happen in America, could it?
Well yes, maybe in the Appalachian Mountains or in San Francisco during the drug-induced 1960s.

Now if your parents were blood relatives and did illegal drugs, that's two strikes.

I pity the fool.
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Well yes, maybe in the Appalachian Mountains or in San Francisco during the drug-induced 1960s.

Now if your parents were blood relatives and did illegal drugs, that's two strikes.

I pity the fool.
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Marrying your first cousin can double the risk of birth defects in your babies

What were their parents thinking. This could not happen in America, could it?
From your link:

"but researchers have cautioned that the absolute risk is low."

"Marriage between blood relatives is common within the large Pakistani community based in Bradford with about 37 per cent of Pakistani marriages being between first cousins, according to the study.

These account for nearly a third – 31 per cent – of birth anomalies in babies of Pakistani origin. Researchers caution that the absolute risk of birth defects is small – between 3 and 6 per cent.

“Only a small minority of babies born to couples who are blood relatives or older mothers will develop a congenital anomaly,” lead author Eamonn Sheridan from the University of Leeds said."

It's NOT the big problem they make it out to be.



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Well yes, maybe in the Appalachian Mountains or in San Francisco during the drug-induced 1960s.

Now if your parents were blood relatives and did illegal drugs, that's two strikes.

I pity the fool.
NO...in the INNER CITIES...the minorities...THAT is where most of the inbreeding occurs. N!@@er boys f@cking their little sister. They don't know WHO their father is mom has so many men "cuming" in and out...so anyone can be related to anyone.

We really need to "nuke" the inner cities...remove "them" and rebuild. Otherwise there's no hope for our cities...they're already a minority majority.
 

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