2 should insurance companies be informed of genetic

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Unformatted text preview: find out on their own. 2. Should insurance companies be informed of genetic disease that runs in a family? Why or why not? Yes, so that the insurance company could decide whether or not the diagnosis and treatments would be covered under their policy. If the company considers the genetic trait a pre-existing condition, the family might not be covered. 3. Draw a pedigree for your family describing either tongue-rolling or widow’s peak across three generations, if possible (This must be a trait that is not present in ALL individuals). Indicate the phenotypes and possible genotypes for each person....
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