By Donald DeMarco

Venerable Jerome Lejeune, former director of the human genetics department at the University of Paris, is shown in 1962. Lejeune, who died in 1994, discovered that Down syndrome was caused by the duplication of Chromosome 21.

COMMENTARY: The faith of great men, such as Lejeune, is not something that they possess as much as something that possesses them.

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