Prenatal diagnosis and discrimination against the disabled.

  title={Prenatal diagnosis and discrimination against the disabled.},
  author={Lynn Gillam},
  journal={Journal of medical ethics},
  volume={25 2},
Two versions of the argument that prenatal diagnosis discriminates against the disabled are distinguished and analysed. Both are shown to be inadequate, but some valid concerns about the social effects of prenatal diagnosis are highlighted. 
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