New fetal DNA test detects Down syndrome

A simple blood test done on maternal serum early in the first trimester of pregnancy to determine if a baby has Down syndrome, or Trisomy 13 or Trisomy 18, more severe genetic syndromes, will likely be offered to mothers in Worcester County later this year.

View the original article here: New fetal DNA test detects Down syndrome – Worcester Telegram & Gazette

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