Thursday, November 29, 2007

Bill would offer parents more Down syndrome information

Doctors would be required to provide more comprehensive medical information about Down syndrome to parents whose fetus is diagnosed with the disorder under a bipartisan bill before the U.S. Senate. Physicians estimate 80% to 90% of such parents currently abort the pregnancy. The Boston Globe/Associated Press

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