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    Image reading Most people know what Down Syndrome “looks like”—but, just like anyone else with a disability or medical condition, Down Syndrome [DS] involves a lot more than meets the eye. Down syndrome is caused by a genetic anomaly, or mutation—the most common form involves three copies of the 21st chromosome are present instead of the typical 2—Down syndrome is also known as “trisomy 21”, for this reason. Though it is caused by the person’s genes, it is not inherited, with the exception of a form that involves gene “translocation”—parts of the 21st chromosome appear in different spots in the DNA than they should—this characteristic can be passed fro


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