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Don’t Screen Us Out
July 09, 2021
London, England, Jul 7, 2021 / 08:05 am. A woman with Down syndrome said on Tuesday that a U.K. law allowing abortion up to birth for disability made her feel that she was “better off dead.” Heidi Crowter, a 26-year-old from Coventry, in central England, made the comment outside the High Court in London on
February 04, 2021
The number of babies aborted with Down's syndrome is expected to rise as Public Health England roll out a controversial screening test across the NHS from June.
March 21, 2017
Down's syndrome is an awkward subject for the West. But we should attend to people's experiences
May 06, 2016
A new screening could eliminate children with Down's syndrome – but few people want to talk about it
May 05, 2016
Madeleine Teahan talks to Peter D Williams of Right to Life about a new screening test that would pave the way for more abortions
May 05, 2016
Myths about Down's syndrome lead to thousands of abortions every year. A new proposal will make it even harder for parents to resist social pressure
May 05, 2016
The prime minister said 'ethical issues' must be taken into account
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