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Jane Hill meets Caroline Harding

In the first of two programmes about people from families with inherited genetic disorders, Jane Hill meets Caroline Harding, who had to decide whether to test her unborn child.

BBC presenter Jane Hill's father and uncle both lived with Parkinson's disease and, in the first of two programmes about people from families with inherited genetic disorders, she meets Caroline Harding. Caroline talks about her decision whether or not to have her second and third children tested after her first child was born with the rare condition HED (hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia).

Producer: Sally Heaven.

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