Women who are at high risk of having a baby with Down's syndrome could soon have a simple blood test and avoid risky procedures that can trigger miscarriages, researchers have said.

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I participated in a study at the Ohio State University during my last pregnancy for this test so it can get approval for use here. I was only number 19 out of the 500 they needed. They are looking for RH neg women and they need to do a blood draw from you during each trimester. I know there are a few other places around the US participating in this study too. I can pull up the researchers here if anyone wants to know more.




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