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Genetic cystic fibrosis - symptoms and how to test

The occurrence of cystic fibrosis requires mutations in both genes involved in the disease's transmission. Individuals with cystic fibrosis inherit two CF genes, one from each father. Inherited mutations or malfunctions in two genes result in the genetic condition cystic fibrosis. One's genes can predispose them to develop cystic fibrosis (CF). Because of this, it's safe to assume that it runs in families. Only if a child receives one CF gene from each parent will they be born with the disease. Carriers are people who have one copy of the CF gene. Parents can learn their own risk of having a child with CF through testing, which can then be used to guide them in making critical decisions about their family's future.