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Genetic variation and diesease question/answer please!?

Either in genetic recombination, different alleles with different protiens, can those types of things cause diesease say if it goes wrong?.

Basically my question/answer is:

When two heatly parents with no neurological diesease that one is still alive who is 80 and one who died at 69/70 from lung cancer because of smoking of all life. They have a child that gets a neurological diesease later in life around there 50's, could it be a result of different protiens with different alleles on chromosomes that have been created during genetic recombination, in turn that can affect how the body responds to the enviroment, and makes the person susceptible to those certain types of diesease. This is called sporadic.

Is the infomaion in the paragraph above correct?.

Thanks for the help.

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