Prenatal diagnosis story shows challenge of genetics reporting

| December 7, 2012
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The New England Journal of Medicine reported this week that prenatal diagnosis with gene chips is superior to conventional chromosome analysis in detecting many kinds of abnormalities in a developing fetus. The different ways journalists reported on the story shows how challenging genetics research can be to interpret.

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