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Novel prenatal diagnostics and their impact in Asian countries

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Held on International Women’s Day, this free seminar is hosted in partnership with the Humanitarian Centre as part of their Global Health Year

Novel non-invasive prenatal tests using a blood sample from the mother can be used to determine the sex and health of the growing baby from as early as 7 weeks gestation. These tests have profound implications for the choices available to women at early stages of pregnancy. These technologies are likely to be adopted on a global basis, but their implications for the developing world, particularly Asia, have been largely unexplored.

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