What Causes Fragile X Syndrome? Center

Fragile X syndrome (FXS) is a genetic disorder. It is passed down from parents to their children. A genetic disorder means the genes of either parent are faulty. Kids with FXS exhibit developmental delays, delayed milestones, poor intellect and mental retardation. Read more: What Causes Fragile X Syndrome? Article

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