Family study in sickle Cell disease in Nigeria

@article{Lesi1972FamilySI,
  title={Family study in sickle Cell disease in Nigeria},
  author={F E Lesi and Emem E. Bassey},
  journal={Journal of Biosocial Science},
  year={1972},
  volume={4},
  pages={307 - 313}
}
A pilot survey has been made of Nigerian families at risk of producing SS haemoglobin homozygotes. Genotypes of parents and off-spring were investigated in twenty-five families. There is a suggestion that more SS children are produced where the first born suffers from haemoglobin SS disease. Mortality among offspring was higher in the study population than in the general population. 
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