Adoption Industry Law Discrimination Against Genetic Health of Adopted Children
In the U.S. Adoption Industry, the laws discriminate against adopted children's genetic health. Furthermore, adoptive parents systematically destroy, erase and eliminate all links, paper records and the adopted child's birth identity to pacify the fears of adopting parents to the reality of raising other people's offspring.
The reality that every biological family has a list of genetic illness, medical conditions, diseases and predisposed hereditary illness that exist and are evident in the multiple generations of biological families.
Adopting parents ignore this factual reality of life,
as they can only see their own family's genetic predispositions and are relieved that their adopted children will not suffer from the adoptive family's list of hereditary diseases.
The fact that adopted children have their own list of biological family illness and diseases, should nullify adoption practices that change names and destroy all links to the adult adoptee's need for biological family relationships.
As an adopted child I was plagued by illness at birth infections related to adrenalin stress responses from being separated from my biological mother. Then there is the biological and physical reactions from being raised by neglectful and abusive adoptive parents existing in the perpetuating situation of domestic violence. Thirdly the predetermined genetic, biological, hereditary illness and diseases that are predictable in biological families but unknown to "ignorant by demand" adoptive families. In their deliberate acts to destroy my identity, name and links to my REAL biological family.
My own biological family has a serious, rare and life ending form of leukemia, that requires biological family member blood and in worst case transplant tissue from blood relatives. We have hereditary Long Q T syndrome that is passed on to the next generation. LQTs has no warning signs and is usually found at autopsy following unexplained death in he young (SIDS) or older biological family members, thought to be classic cardiac arrest, but far from it.
My young child's diagnosis of this rare leukemia, LQTs, and many other medical problems proves the desperate need to know my biological family to save the life of my own biological child. All of which could have been known, medically anticipated and medically prepared for to save the life of my child, if my biological family was known to me, the adoptee.
Child adoption continues to exist "for the benefit of the adopting parent". The adoptive parent's needs, wants, desires and demands for children. Not the needs of the biological family.