Chances of change in the gene pool, Biology

A genetic trait which is considered to be harmful in the present day might prove to be beneficial in future. For example by removing the trait for sickle cell we may increase the susceptibility to malaria. People having the sickle cell have greater chances of survival in malaria endemic areas (Elias and Annas, N.D). 

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