Public Health England
This information is for women who have had genetic (DNA) testing that confirms alpha zero thalassaemia carrier status.
- how being a carrier can affect an individual and their family
- what an alpha zero thalassaemia carrier is
- the condition a carriers baby could inherit
- genetic inheritance of haemoglobin disorders
- what the result means for other people in the family
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Contact the PHE Screening helpdesk with any queries about this publication, making sure you include its full title.