How you get it: Down's Syndrome is usually not inherited. The only form of this condition that can be inherited is called Translocation Down's Syndrome. Only about four percent of children that have Down's syndrome have translocation. He or she can pass on the translocation to the child, who will and up having an extra copy of Chromosome 21, which is what Down's Syndrome is.
My mom lost my sister to Trisomy 13 after she was born. It makes me sad to think anyone would abort a baby because it's not " perfect " who is? Chromosomes should not determine the value of a life (Trisomy
Normal Chromosomes won't allow Angelman Syndrome to happen or be diagnosed: One is received from the male contributor and anothe by the female contributor. When you have 1 chromosome 15 you usually are diagnosed with Angelman syndrome.
What is The Phelan-McDermid Syndrome
The Phelan-McDermid Syndrome, is a genetic condition which meant a piece on chromosome 22, long arm (q), region 1, band three, sub-band three did not