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Age of onset

Age of onset

The age or period of life at which a disease or the initial symptoms or manifestations of a disease appear in an individual.


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Re: how does living being occur?

... began? If you do it's a question unrelated to evolution. If you don't then please elaborate a bit. Same goes for your question, elaborate. On the onset it seems your asking a question about life's chemical origins which, again, is unrelated to evolution.

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Re: mutations and dependencies

... to fertilization. This does imply that cancererous cells would have better chances of passing on their DNA, but keep in mind that cancer has late onset.

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