Genetic screening of unborn babies ‘may be inaccurate’, says genetic watchdog Council for Responsible Genetics

New tests for genetic screening of unborn babies will not be 100 per cent accurate and may scare parents into believing their children will be born with a disability when they are healthy, Lord Robert Winston warns.

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