Seeing a fetus’ future ills

| November 21, 2012 |
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The ability to find genetic problems before birth is undergoing a revolution that could expand prenatal testing while reducing the number of babies born with serious defects.

But it is also increasing the ranks of expectant parents who are left in limbo, their joy turning to dread, because their offspring has a DNA variant that is not yet understood.

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