Morley tot joins campaign against new Down syndrome pre-natal test - Don't Screen Us Out

Morley tot joins campaign against new Down syndrome pre-natal test

Apr 19, 2016 | Media

The family of a Morley tot has joined forces with a campaign group protesting against a discriminatory new pre-natal screening proposal.

Connie-Rose Seabourne was born two months premature and it wasn’t until she was two weeks old that parents Julie and Peter, of Daisy Hill Mews, Churwell, were told she had Down syndrome.

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