Tag Archives: screening for Down’s Syndrome

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 prospect chills me – as I believe it’s going to lead to the unwarranted … Continue reading

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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 that almost 95% of Spanish babies diagnosed with Down’s syndrome are aborted.  My Take?

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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, has raised the prospect of routine screening for the condition for every expectant mother … Continue reading

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