Slough pupils told of risk of intermarriage birth defects
School pupils in Slough are being taught about the importance of genetic testing in response to babies being born with rare birth defects.
Fifteen babies under the age of one died in Slough between 2012 and 2013, including seven from "chromosomal, genetic, and congenital" anomalies.
It is believed the deaths are linked to intermarriage in some communities.
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