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Genetics
Vol. 18 No 2 | Winter 2016

Genetics

Vol. 18 No 2 | Winter 2016


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A user’s guide to the human genome

The human genome can be described by considering its origin. For sexually reproducing species, the genome originates at the moment of conception; for humans that is when the 23 chromosomes from the egg cell of the mother combine with the 23 chromosomes from a sperm cell of the father. Together, those 46 chromosomes make up the human genome.

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Women's Health
Drug and alcohol policy in Australia

It is hard to find a family in Australia that is not troubled by at least one member with a serious alcohol or drug problem.

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Women's Health
Maternity care for Syrian refugees in Lebanon
MBBS, FRANZCOG Trainee

Conditions for Syrian refugees in Lebanon are dire and their needs vast. More than a million Syrian refugees have sought refuge here seeking shelter where they can.

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Dr Briony Cutts
Women's Health -> Q&A
Q&A: Iron infusions in pregnancy
Dr Briony Cutts
Dr Tamara Kayali Browne
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The problem with sex selection
Dr Tamara Kayali Browne
Dr Ashleigh Smith
Women's Health
Management of hypothyroidism in pregnancy
Dr Ashleigh Smith
Dr Amy Mellor
Feature
Sex chromosome disorders
Dr Amy Mellor
Dr Mary Birdsall
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Pre-implantation testing: what you need to know
Dr Mary Birdsall