A burden from birth? Non‐invasive prenatal testing and the stigmatization of people with disabilities

Bioethics (forthcoming)
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Keywords NIPT  Bioethics  disability rights  eugenics  non‐invasive prenatal testing  reproductive autonomy
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DOI 10.1111/bioe.12518
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