"Genetic diversity brings with it diversity of genetic disease. Cystic fibrosis—in any case rarer in Africa than in Europe—is often caused there by a different mutation from the one involved in the European version, and is thus missed by tests developed in the West." [from The Economist]
The first sentence structure looks wired for me. From my understanding, it means “Genetic diversity brings a variety of genetic disease.”
Can anyone help explain it?