Fetal DNA test is easier

The science to detect fetal abnormalities continues to improve dramatically. As the article below shows, soon there will not be a need for CVS testing or Amniocentesis to determine any genetic abnormalities, which will protect the fetus and save unnecessary discomfort to the Mother or Surrogate.

http://www.latimes.com/news/science/la-sci-fetal-genome-sequence-20120607,0,7625263.story

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