As many of you might already know, the world of prenatal testing is rapidly evolving. New technology allows parents-to-be to access a lot of information about their pregnancy.
In terms of information resources about prenatal testing, including the new non-invasive tests, are there any gaps? Do we need more resources for women/couples? If yes, what information is most important? What would help with decision making in this area? How should such information be presented?
I work in medical research and am trying to work out if there is a need for new prenatal testing resources.
Any comments or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks - bella.
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