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Posted by: Gayle (ID *****0793) Date: January 06, 2004 at 19:16:30
In Reply to: Re: FANCONI ANEMIA by Annette ZOLA SHEPLEY of 169

Yes, I am aware they are three separate land masses. I was just curious about Sardinia and Palermo if they are close enough say for instance a person might live one place and work in another place...You know like in NY people live on Staten Island, but work in NYC...

I think the 123 people who have Fanconi Anemia were from Italy. I am not aware of any from Sardinia or Sicily or they may had just lumped all the cases under Italy.

I have never heard of the anemia in connection with the
Fava beans though...

I have heard of the Cooley's Anemia or Thalassemia.
My husband's 96 year old Aunt has the minor Thalassemia.

Have a Happy New Year.

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