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Consanguinity

When two individuals share a percentage of their genetic material as the result of them being descended from a common ancestor, e.g. first cousins.

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Dutch sperm donor may have fathered 102 children 29 August 2017 News
Risk of birth defects from cousin marriage revealed by Bradford study 8 July 2013 News
Book Review: Consanguinity in Context 17 September 2012 Review
Event Review: Genomics in Society - Facts, Fictions and Cultures 8 May 2012 Review
A private sperm donor writes... 31 October 2011 Comment
'Wrongful life' - the children who sue for being born 31 October 2011 News
Race and genetics in stem cell transplantation 17 October 2011 Comment
Let's retrospectively release information to Australia's donor-conceived 5 September 2011 Comment
The certain scientist and the uncertain gene 26 August 2011 Comment
Here we go again: misinformation and confusion on consanguineous marriage continues 6 June 2011 Comment
Australia leads the way, but does it fall over at the last hurdle? 14 March 2011 Comment
ESHRE report on assisted reproduction within families published 31 January 2011 News
The challenge of genetics and consanguinity for General Practice 4 October 2010 Comment
When Cousins Marry (Dispatches): The producer's perspective 6 September 2010 Comment
TV Review: Dispatches - When Cousins Marry 31 August 2010 Review
Darwin's family health harmed by inbreeding 10 May 2010 News
Genetic fault linked to hereditary deafness 12 April 2010 News
Dialogue around cousin marriage is a positive step, but it must be based on fact not fiction 22 March 2010 Comment
The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008: Promoting wider access to information about genetic origins? 25 September 2009 Comment
Is the human embryo sacrosanct? Gamete Donation and Doctrine 12 January 2009 Comment
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