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Will a blood transfusion affect my future children's DNA?

Will a blood transfusion affect my future children's DNA?
Update Time:2018-01-03

No. A person's DNA is inherited from his/her parents via their gametes (sex cells).

In other words, the sperm and egg of one's biological parents determine the DNA of a child, rather than blood.

Having new blood introduced to your system will not affect your future children's DNA because it will not alter your sex cells.

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