If both parents are carriers of a mutation in the same disease gene, there is 25% chance with each pregnancy of having a child who is a carrier for the same disease. If both parents are carriers of a mutation in different disease genes, the child could be a carrier for either disease or both, but it is not likely to be affected with either disease.
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About the Victor Center
The Einstein Victor Center for the Prevention of Jewish Genetic Diseases is a thought leader in the prevention of Jewish genetic diseases. Science-based and mission driven, the Einstein Victor Center leverages advances in genetic technology to identify carriers for severe and often fatal childhood diseases.