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I learned something from this! I didn't know type O+ was the most common blood type. It doesn't make sense to me how it could be so common because to my knowledge, "O" blood type is a genetic recessive gene, therefore if A, or B, were genetically present they would take over as the dominate gene expressed. Am I wrong about that?
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