New technologies that allow scientists to rapidly analyze a person's genome for potentially deleterious variations are now being used by at least 1 company and an academic medical center for prenatal testing, igniting a debate among scientists about the clinical value and ethical implications of the procedure.
Some scientists say that results of new tests that provide information about a fetus' future genetic risks are often ambiguous and may cause parents unnecessary anxiety.
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