Children with Down’s syndrome born by young mothers: High specific inhibition from childhood may still be active and inhibiting the egg cell more than it can tolerate.
Children with Down’s syndrome who are born by old mothers: These old mothers may have increased tendency to give birth to such babies since fewer follicles in the ovaries makes the inhibition of the remaining follicles stronger and the inhibition may also have had a cumulative effect on remaining egg cells.
Persons with Down’s syndrome seldom get heart attack and usually also cancer. Each cell in the body of a person with Down’s syndrome have less chance to be surrounded by identical cells than in other people since they have several kinds of cells and larger cell mosaic. Therefore, the body’s cells in people with Down’s syndrome may be more inhibited by the postulated natural specific clone inhibitor than in other people. This may explain less growth of protruding parts such as nose, ears or fingers and of the body in general and their less chance of getting cancer or arteriosclerosis.
chance of heart attack is reduced. Apart from cancer of the blood-forming
system and testes, malignant tumors are rare cause of death in Down’s syndrome.