Supporting Women’s Autonomy in Prenatal Testing

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Abstract

(Abstracted from N Engl J Med 2017;377:505–507)

Informed consent is one of the central tenets of genetic counseling, because of the often difficult implications that come with prenatal sequencing results. Information from these results can call for pivotal decisions to be made by women that may include terminating a pregnancy.

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