Will the introduction of non-invasive prenatal diagnostic testing erode informed choices? An experimental study of health care professionals.
van den Heuvel, Ananda
Marteau, Theresa M
Patient education and counseling 2010 Jan; 78(1): 24-8
Informed choice is a fundamental concept within prenatal care. The present study assessed the extent to which the introduction of non-invasive prenatal diagnosis (NIPD) of Down's syndrome may undermine the process of making informed choices to undergo prenatal testing or screening for Down's syndrome by altering the quality and quantity of pre-test counselling.
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