This hour, we discuss the debate concerning a woman’s right to abort her fetus following a Down syndrome diagnosis.
We also look at how advances in medical technology have changed the way health professionals screen for the a genetic disorder during pregnancy.
How far has prenatal testing progressed? And where is it headed? We find out.
- Jennifer Haberkorn - Senior Health Care Reporter for POLITICO
- Alicia Craffey - Prenatal Genetic Counselor at UConn Health
- Dr. Inmaculada de Melo-Martín - Professor of Medical Ethics at Weill Cornell Medicine
- Tom Fiorentino - President of The ARC of Connecticut Board of Directors and father of a 27-year-old with Down syndrome
Chion Wolf contributed to this show.