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An Rh negative pregnant female has produced anti-D and the physician has decided to use molecular typing to determine if the fetus is at risk. Is the following statement true or false?

If molecular genotyping demonstrates that the father is homozygous for the RHD allele, molecular typing of the fetus is also indicated.

Select true or false