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27 Apr 2013law need modification
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12 Apr 2013While I wouldn`t terminate a pregnancy for any condition, I do want to be personally prepared. Will the infant need a higher level of care_? Do I need to change delivery plans, etc_? An antenatal dx also gives parents time to mentally and emotionally prepare, pursue resources, and obtain education about their child`s diagnosis that will enable them to handle a special needs child more effectively.
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09 Apr 2013Yes, it allows parents to prepare. Clearly, those that choose antenatal diagnosis are doing it to get information about their unborn child. I am not aware of an jurisdictions that qualify the legality of abortion by diagnosis.
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06 Apr 2013You should have offered the option to select The law needs modification along with a Yes or No response.
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26 Mar 2013estern health board should be informed MAJOR NARENDRANATH.P.K
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25 Mar 2013Knowlege helps parents plan ahead. That can make big difference in their ability to have control and communications regarding care plans , etc. and also helps the pediatrician to begin dialoging with them before the infant arrives.
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25 Mar 2013it is a ethical issue , so the law should be defined properly prior to do so.
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22 Mar 2013The decision is between the patient and her doctor! The law should not have any thing to do with the decision!
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22 Mar 2013Parents still need time to prepare for the birth of a disabled child.
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22 Mar 2013Of course it changes management. Being prepared is everything in the delivery room. What could be the argument against - only a stance against termination of pregnancy.
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