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Can a person with a genetic disorder that has been corrected by gene transfer pass the corrected condition to is or her children? Explain

-Yes, it is because genetic disorder is cause by an an abnormal in genes or chromosomes so it is not a 100% that the parents will pass the disorder to their offspring.
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