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But there is only one problem: all three reasons should be debunked. Should we also ban such women from having children then?
Hereditary diseases are more prevalent in certain ethnicities: cystic fibrosis in Caucasians, beta thalassemia in Italians, sickle cell in Blacks, phenylketonuria in Irish and Tay-Sachs in Ashkenazi Jews.
Third cousins usually share a set of great-great-grandparents and one-eighth of the genetic pool.