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Jane Fisher


BioNews Comment articles written by Jane Fisher:

Non-invasive prenatal testing for Down's syndrome - beyond the hype

22 June 2015 - by Jane Fisher

There has been much recent media interest in non-invasive prenatal testing for Down's syndrome, and this coincides with deliberations by the UK National Screening Committee on its potential inclusion in the NHS Down's syndrome screening programme... [Read More]

Non-invasive prenatal diagnosis using cell-free fetal DNA: implications for parents

15 September 2008 - by Jane Fisher

Antenatal Results and Choices (ARC) is the only UK charity providing non-directive information and support to parents before, during and after antenatal testing and when an abnormality is diagnosed in an unborn baby. We have 20 years' experience of talking to parents on our National Helpline on all aspects of... [Read More]

The burden of choice - the parental perspective on antenatal genetic testing

23 October 2007 - by Jane Fisher

As we approach the 40th anniversary of the 1967 UK abortion law, later abortions have come under particular scrutiny as calls are made for a reduction in time limits. Many of the (relatively few) terminations that occur after 20 weeks are after a diagnosis of fetal abnormality. The UK charity... [Read More]




 

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