One Woman's Choice; After a Prenatal Test Shows Down Syndrome, a Wrenching Decision
Washington Post 2005 November 15; p. F6
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Routinisation and Constraints on Informed Choice in a One-Stop Clinic Offering First Trimester Chromosomal Antenatal Screening for Down's Syndrome Tsouroufli, Maria (2011-08)to explore routinisation and constraints on informed choice in a one-stop clinic offering first trimester antenatal chromosomal screening for Down's syndrome.
Undergoing prenatal screening for Down's syndrome: presentation of choice and information in Europe and Asia. Hall, Sue; Chitty, Lyn; Dormandy, Elizabeth; Hollywood, Amelia; Wildschut, H. I. J. (Hajo I. J.); Fortuny, Albert; Masturzo, Bianca; Santavý, Jiøí; Kabra, Madhulika; Ma, Runmei; Marteau, Theresa M. (2007-05)
Chiang, H-H; Chao, Y-M (Yu); Yuh, Y-S (2006-05)BACKGROUND:Although maternal serum screening (MSS) for Down's syndrome has become routinely available in most obstetric clinics in many countries, few studies have addressed the reasons why women agree to undergo the MSS ...