Characteristics of Fragile X Relatives With Different Attitudes Toward Terminating an Affected Pregnancy
Meryash, David L.
American Journal on Mental Retardation. 1992 Mar; 96(5): 528-535.
Abortion; Age Factors; Attitudes; Chromosome Abnormalities; Counseling; Diagnosis; Family Members; Family Planning; Family Relationship; Females; Fragile X Syndrome; Genetic Counseling; Life; Prenatal Diagnosis; Pregnancy; Quality of Life; Roman Catholics; Relatives; Selective Abortion; Socioeconomic Factors; Survey;
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