- Anwer AL-SARRAY, Hedef El-YASSIN, ALI JAWAD
- Department of Pharmacy, Alkut collage university, Iraq.
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- Department of clinical Biochemistry, Collage of Medicine Baghdad university, Iraq.
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- Department of Hematology, Collage of Medicine Baghdad university, Iraq.
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Thalassemia is a hereditary disease caused by a mutation in the globin gene, resulting in anemia as a risk factor for patients' lives. There are different types of mutations in the globin gene. Despite the types of mutations differing from area to area due to migration and traditions between worlds, there is a need to recognize these different mutations in order to control the disease, and to identify the spectrum of the most common mutations and the relationship between these mutations and the severity of the disease.