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Question 11 / 1 ptsA patient with a parent that has polycystic kidney disease does not want to have genetic testing done for polycystic kidney disease because they are worried that health insurance will be discontinued if genetic abnormalities are found. Based on the nurse’s knowledge of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA), what should the nurse teach this patient?GINA should protect her from this happening. GINA health coverage nondiscrimination protection also extends to life insurance. GINA will only protect her after she is diagnosed with polycystic kidney disease. GINA does not extend to cover preexisting conditions. GINA prohibits discrimination in health care coverage and employment based on genetic information butdoes not extend to life insurance, disability insurance, or long-term care insurance.Question 21 / 1 ptsThe parents of a child diagnosed with cystic fibrosis ask the nurse what happened to cause this disease. What is the best response by the nurse?Question 31 / 1 ptsA young mother is worried that her female baby will have hemophilia because the baby’s father has it. How should the nurse explain this genetic disorder to the young mother?