Should pregnant women be offered genome screening for their unborn baby?

With researchers announcing this week that they were able to sequence the genome of a fetus using only a blood sample from the mother, the potential for expanded genetic testing during pregnancy presents both new hopes and dilemmas for pregnant couples looking to find out as much as possible about their unborn babies.

View the original article here: Should pregnant women be offered genome screening for their unborn baby? – Boston Globe

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