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 How does a person inherit progeria?

Answer It is caused by a point-mutation in Chromosome 1. This causes a defect in the production of proteins Lamin A and C.Progeria can't be cured for.
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Are there test a person can take to find out if they have progeria?

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Do debts have to paid before a person can inherit?

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Who is likely to get progeria?

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