Down’s Syndrome

June 23, 2008

New Testing of Unborn Child for Down’s Could Pose Ethical Dilemmas

A test that can detect Down’s syndrome from the blood of pregnant women, which would be the first reliable noninvasive prenatal test for the chromosomal disorder, […]
August 1, 2008

Modern Eugenics: 95% of Spanish Down’s Syndrome Children Aborted After Prenatal Testing

LifeSiteNews.com is reporting that in Spain abortion is being used for eugenic purposes to eliminate the “unfit” – specifically children with Down’s syndrome.  Recent statistics show […]
October 8, 2008

“Safer prenatal Down’s syndrome test” will likely result in more deaths among unborn children

A new prenatal blood test may, in the near future, be used to determine if an unborn baby has Down’s syndrome without the risk to the […]
November 11, 2009

More Than 90% of Women Carrying a Child With Down Syndrome Choose Abortion, but Parents Raising These Wonderful Kids Say They’re a ‘Gift’

In a past blog, I told you, “‘Safer’ prenatal Down’s syndrome test” will likely result in more deaths among unborn children.” I said then, “This whole […]