Thursday, June 21, 2018

thalassemia -

Thalassemia is one type of hemolytic anemia and is the most autosomal-derived offspring most commonly found in Indonesia and Italy. Six to ten out of every 100 Indonesians carry this disease gene. If a pair of them are married, the chances of having a child with severe thalassemia are 25%, 50% being a carrier of thalassemia, and a 25% chance of thalassemia free. Most people with thalassemia are children aged 0 to 18 years.