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The evaluation of a family pedigree reveals numerous cases of an autosomal dominant disorder. The client does not have the disorder. What does the nurse teach the client about her children's chances of having the disorder?

▸ "Your children have a 50% chance of developing the disorder."

▸ "If your children's father does not have the disease, they will not have the disease."

▸ "Your children cannot develop the disease."

▸ "These disorders tend to skip a generation, so there is a good chance your children will develop it."
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