Detecting Genetic Abnormalities Early in Pregnancy

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By Molly Clifton

British researchers say new blood tests can accurately detect Down’s syndrome and other genetic abnormalities during early pregnancy.

Doctors analyze the baby’s DNA through a sample of the mother’s blood.

The study suggests the test is more accurate than current invasive procedures like amniocentesis.. and could reshape prenatal testing.

 



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