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Cancer and diabetes are two common hereditary diseases. a. true b. false

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False hereditary diseases are diseases caused by one’s genome, or genetic composition. Examples of such diseases include Huntington’s disease and cyclic fibrosis. While cancer and diabetes are heavily influenced by a person’s genetics, they are also influenced by a person’s lifestyle and many external factors. For this reason, they are not classified as hereditary diseases.