"genetic disease" translation into Spanish

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"genetic disease" in Spanish

genetic disease
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  • enfermedad genética

Context sentences for "genetic disease" in English

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Petrucciani had a genetic disease called osteogenesis imperfecta, or brittle bone disease.
The three men also possessed the coding for a genetic disease called haemochromatosis, an inability to properly absorb iron.
Take aging -- we all have aging as a genetic disease.
What happens in future when the child develops a genetic disease?
After all, a baby with a genetic disease that prevents the child from growing is still a person yes?
Friedreich's ataxia is a genetic disease that affects both females and males.
In virtually all cases, genetic disease is not so bad that it renders life not worth living.
Retinitis pigmentosa is the most common genetic disease which leads to blindness.
But this technique does not provide a therapeutic benefit, it merely prevents individuals who would have had a genetic disease from coming into existence.
That's the final line in a video about a rare genetic disease that causes children to eat constantly because they don't know when they're full.

Context sentences for "genetic disease" in Spanish

EnglishYour views on The Cochrane Library: survey' Cystic fibrosis is a serious genetic disease that affects cells in the exocrine glands (sweat glands and others).
No existe evidencia suficiente para demostrar si el tratamiento con un fármaco único o combinado resulta más eficaz para las infecciones pulmonares en las personas con fibrosis quística.

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genetic adjective
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