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Today, Dor Yeshorim tests for ten recessive genetic diseases that include Tay-Sachs, Cystic Fibrosis, Familial Dysautonomia, Canavan Disease, Glycogen Storage Disease Type 1, Bloom Syndrome, Fanconi Anemia Type C, Niemann Pick, Mucolipdosis Type IV and Gaucher Disease (by request only).
The cost of Ceredase treatment is in excess of 0,000 per year.
Patients with Gaucher’s Disease generally are asymptomatic or experience mild symptoms and many individuals in fact, live with the disease without ever knowing it.
Parties are called back at telephone number(s) provided by participants at the time of testing (to ensure that results are given to the parties themselves only, for security and confidentiality purposes).
Results are provided by a DY representative in the form of “Compatible” or “Incompatible”.
Therefore, the program operates with coded ID numbers instead of names - and carrier status is not divulged to individuals, except in the event that a potential match is genetically incompatible.
When a prospective couple is found to be incompatible, both parties are informed of the genetic disease for which they are carriers and provided counseling to advise them of the risks involved should the couple choose to marry, and to assist them with integrating this disconcerting information.
And that if two carriers for the same disease marry, they risk a one in four chance - in each pregnancy - of producing children afflicted with a fatal and debilitating disease?
For the past 23 years, the non-profit organization Dor Yeshorim – Committee for the Prevention of Jewish Genetic Diseases – has protected couples from the anguish of producing genetically diseased children that results from genetic incompatibility through their program of confidential premarital testing in high schools, seminaries, yeshivas, colleges, synagogues and affiliated laboratories all over the world.
Topics include healthy relationships, sex and pregnancy, drugs and alcohol, gender and sexual orientation.
Parents also can send questions to the coalition staff and record thoughts, impressions, reactions, successes and failures.
The coalition wants to encourage parents to talk to their children before they start dating.