From Iran to Latin America: must prenatal diagnosis necessarily be provided with abortion for congenital abnormalities?
American Journal of Bioethics 2009 August; 9(8): 61-63
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Prenatal diagnosis and abortion for congenital abnormalities: is it ethical to provide one without the other? Ballantyne, Angela; Newson, Ainsley; Luna, Florencia; Ashcroft, Richard E. (2009-08)This target article considers the ethical implications of providing prenatal diagnosis (PND) and antenatal screening services to detect fetal abnormalities in jurisdictions that prohibit abortion for these conditions. This ...
An Ordinance (No. 1 of 1994) to Provide for the Regulation in the State of Rajasthan of the Use of Prenatal Diagnostic Techniques for the Purpose of Detecting Genetic or Metabolic Disorders or Chromosomal Abnormalities of Certain Congenital Malformations or Sex Linked Disorders and for the Prevention of the Misuse of Such Techniques for the Purpose of Prenatal Sex Determination Leading to Female Foeticide; and for Matters Connected Therewith or Incidental Thereto. Dated 9 May 1994. India (Rajasthan) (1995)