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  1. Is Routine Prenatal Screening and Testing Fundamentally Incompatible with a Commitment to Reproductive Choice? Learning From the Historical Context.Panagiota Nakou - 2021 - Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 24 (1):73-83.
    An enduring ethical dispute accompanies prenatal screening and testing technologies. This ethical debate focuses on notions of reproductive choice. On one side of the dispute are those who have supported PST as a way to empower women’s reproductive choice, while on the other side are those who argue that PST, particularly when made a routine part of prenatal care, limits deliberate choice. Empirical research does not resolve this ethical debate with evidence both of women for whom PST enhances their choices (...)
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