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NICE Review of antenatal care (17/04/2018)

NICE intends to update their Guidance on Antenatal Care and have issued a draft scope for consultation. Service delivery and provision of care have changed considerably since the last...
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Public Health England - Informed Choice Consultation (16/11/2017)

The UK National Screening Committee (UK NSC) is consulting on its guidance covering the development, production and review of information to support all UK population screening programmes. Their aim is...
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Nuffield Council on Bioethics - prenatal testing (01/08/2016)

Nuffield Council on Bioethics - Call for views and evidence on non-invasive prenatal testing.To explore the ethical, legal and regulatory implications of recent and potential future scientific developments in non-invasive...
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UK National Screening Committee Consultation on Screening for cfDNA in pregnancy (29/10/2015)

CMF has responded to the UK National Screening Committee Consultation. Information about the consultation can be found here. The UK National Screening Committee is currently consulting on a new screening...
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Keziah (triple helix - Christmas 2011)

This is one of a small but growing number of books on the market telling the story of how people cope with the news that their unborn child has a potentially fatal diagnosis. 20 weeks into pregnancy, a short, 'impersonal' phone call, informed Lizzie Grayson that her daughter had Trisomy...

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patients refused pre-implantation genetic tests (nucleus - summer 2009)

Couples at risk of passing on inheritable genetic diseases to their offspring are being denied funding to screen their embryos, experts have claimed.  Such individuals are eligible for IVF in order to produce embryos that can be tested for abnormalities via pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD). However, such procedures may cost a...

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Should baby be risked for sister?

6th August 2008: Catherine is a little girl condemned by genetic disease to a gruelling regime of treatment. She could be released from it by a sibling, but the sibling is not yet conceived...
https://http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/7541113.stm

(published: BBC News: 5 August 2008)

Is it wrong to select a deaf embryo?

10th March 2008: https://http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/7287508.stm

(published: BBC News - 10 March 2008)

2. Pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD)

The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill 2007-8 Briefings from the Christian Medical Fellowship - Background The 2008 Bill updates the 1990 Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act, and seeks to take account of the many new developments in science and technology....
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3. Sex selection

The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill 2007-8 Briefings from the Christian Medical Fellowship - Background Sex selection may be considered for either social or medical reasons and there are three stages at which it can be performed. Sex selection by...
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