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Early Down's Test "More Sensitive," King's College London Study


6/7/2013 7:44:30 AM

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A more accurate test for Down's syndrome which can also be given earlier in pregnancy than current checks has been developed, say experts. A study of 1,000 pregnancies found the test of foetal DNA in maternal blood can show a baby is "almost certainly" affected or unaffected by Down's.

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