Down Syndrome


Bioethics on US campaign trail


New Down syndrome test could be more “efficient”


Canadian bioethicist questions value of Down syndrome detection


Dawkins disses Down syndrome babies


Oldest Down syndrome skeleton found in France


Investigation finds half of Down syndrome abortions missing from register


UK doctors trial Down syndrome blood-test


Gene silencing technique offers hope for cure for Down syndrome


UK commission calls for action on abortion of disabled


Down syndrome therapy now possible, says US researcher


First drug to help Down syndrome people now being tested


UK Down syndrome woman protected from sterilization


Will International Criminal Court hear complaint about Down Syndrome eugenics?


Should eugenics become a “fundamental human right”?


Oregon: “wrongful birth” of Down syndrome child


Non-invasive Down syndrome test available next week


Life with Down syndrome overwhelmingly happy, says US study


A race against time for Down syndrome research


High doses of IVF drugs could cause Down Syndrome


Down’s Syndrome test breakthrough looming

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