Talk:Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia

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Haemophilia carrier[edit]

In the absence of conclusive scientific evidence, I have made a slight modification to the "Life and childhood" section concerning her status as a carrier for haemophilia. At this time, we are unsure who was buried with Alexei; first-hand evidence from Olga Alexandrovna concerning Maria's tonsillectomy in 1914 seems to indicate that she may have been the carrier instead. Given the absence of absolute archaeological indication concerning identity, these changes are intended to reflect neutrality. Should firm evidence come to light given current DNA tests being undertaken, this may be subject to change. In the meantime, this neutrality aligns with the interpretation of the archaeological record given in Maria's own article. (talk) 02:21, 2 July 2016 (UTC)