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Hello Dr Driscoll and all in the forum!
I had a question I was hoping could be answered.
We tend to have many family members with epicanthal folds, to include myself and my children with EDS 3. Also, due to Facebook and photos, I am seeing them in 1st, 2nd, 3rd and beyond cousins. (Amateur genealogist)
I had watched one of your videos on Youtube and you had said that they were not associated with EDS? Should we be looking down other avenues, maybe a crossover type thing?
Thank you so much!
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