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Fragile X is X linked disease. The woman is not related to her sister in law so there should be no need to worry about the sister in law's baby.

I pick C.
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yes even i picked C and it appears to be correct ........

Qs 49 .. doesnot the total body mass decrease and total body fat increase in old , dont remember but read this somewhere and so the VD should increase in old and they have toxicity due to that or becoz the metabolism process is slow ........ is it due to increases sensitivity ???
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yes even i picked C and it appears to be correct ........

Qs 49 .. doesnot the total body mass decrease and total body fat increase in old , dont remember but read this somewhere and so the VD should increase in old and they have toxicity due to that or becoz the metabolism process is slow ........ is it due to increases sensitivity ???
increased sensitivity. Older people have especially increased sensitivity to Benzos.
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