The Non-Invasive Prenatal Test: Warwick Policy Briefing

The University of Warwick has produced a policy briefing setting out the ethical considerations of non-invasive pre-natal testing and provides recommendation for how the policy might be implemented sensitvely.

 

The introduction of non-invasive pre-natal testing (NIPT) has implications for individuals with genetic variations and the way in which genetic differences are perceived in society.

Please use this link to read the findings and the recommendations in the briefing: 

http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/impact/policybriefings/policy_briefing_-_non-invasive_prenatal_testing.pdf

 

Please get in touch with Claire Battye if you have any feedback or would like to find out more at: C.Battye@warwick.ac.uk


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