First-cousin marriages shown to put infants at major risk of congenital anomaly
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First-cousin marriages shown to put infants at major risk of congenital anomaly

A study of children born in Bradford has found that marriage between first cousins (consanguinity) is a major risk factor for congenital anomaly, even after adjustment for deprivation.

Nursing Standard. 28, 11, 17-17. doi: 10.7748/ns2013.11.28.11.17.s23

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