Monica A.

asked • 11/23/20

Biology College question

In 40% of cases of retinoblastoma, a predisposition to developing the cancer is inherited (as in the pedigrees above). However, in 60% of cases of retinoblastoma, the cancer occurs sporadically (the first case in a family) and children of these patients do not necessarily inherit a predisposition for retinoblastoma. What is the same about these two situations? What is different?

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Stanton D. answered • 11/26/20

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