City centre rally held to highlight society's 'ignorance' over Down Syndrome children - Don't Screen Us Out

City centre rally held to highlight society’s ‘ignorance’ over Down Syndrome children

Apr 18, 2016 | Media

PARENTS held a rally to raise awareness of the “ignorance” surrounding children with Down Syndrome.

About 15 families gathered in Centenary Square, Bradford, where they held a banner saying “We all belong, please don’t screen us out.”

The rally was to highlight non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT), a simple and accurate screening method to detect Down Syndrome in a developing foetus.

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