BBC Today: Sally Phillips whose son has Down's syndrome on new screening test - Don't Screen Us Out

BBC Today: Sally Phillips whose son has Down’s syndrome on new screening test

May 5, 2016 | Media

Actor Sally Phillips, whose 11-year-old son has Down’s syndrome, discusses the ethical stance behind DNA screening for Down’s syndrome.

The NHS may introduce a new non-invasive test that could reduce the number of miscarriages, but there are moral concerns.

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