Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 18th, 2000
Furthermore, the method was introduced without any scientific evidence for its clinical effectiveness, say the authors.
Since 1992, serum screening has been widely accepted as the preferred method for antenatal detection of Down syndrome, the risk of which rises with age, especially after 35. Despite its additional costs, the test was introduced on the assumption that it can...
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