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Aniridia is an inherited genetic disease, but both my partner and I don't have Aniridia and our child does. How is that possible?

Aniridia is most often an inherited genetic syndrome. However, not all mutations are inherited. Sometimes a new mutation can occur very early in a pregnancy, and one calls this condition sporadic aniridia. A person with sporadic aniridia can then pass it on to her children as well.

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