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Why public funding for non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) might still be wrong: a response to Bunnik and colleagues


Bunnik and colleagues argued that financial barriers do not promote informed decision-making prior to prenatal screening and raise justice concerns. If public funding is provided, however, it would seem to be important to clarify its intentions and avoid any unwarranted appearance of a medical utility of the testing.

  • genetic counselling/prenatal diagnosis

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