Doesnt worry me in the slightest, but to some unfotunatley it does. Must admit I sometimes wonder about these people and if they have ever had a blood transfusion that saved them or their loved ones lives, if they gave a second thought as to who the kind person was that donated it. But back to subject, when I found this birth family, I also discovered I had inerited the maori gene that has been in family for generations and every so often throws back. As in my eldest sister a full maori. Several generations back the story goes when it threw the husband was so angry he got the poor innocent baby from birth, threw it down the stairs, then kicked the head in till he was sure it was dead. Horrible. I have had it included in my med records so it is written down so if at sometime it throws again it can be traced back. Aust aborigonal people are the only people who dont seem to pass their gene on, unusual, dont know why. Hopefully we will never loose them. But open pandoras box, and you find what is in there.
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