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Running head: PRENATAL TESTING REFLECTION 1 Prenatal Testing Caroline Cruz West Coast University NURS 434
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PRENATAL TESTING REFLECTION 2 Eugenics itself as a topic is such a controversial issue when brought up when discussed. Of the four responses that were given I agree with C: That they were both right. It is just a blood test, and it is ethical in and of itself, but we do need to consider the ramifications of making the test universally available. Along with considering the message it sends about Down Syndrome. That the path that should be taken is making the test available as part of a battery of tests, and providing the parents with the necessary information about Down Syndrome and what to expect with the child (Prenatal Testing, n.d.). I believe this is the most ethical response because in a way it is just a blood test to determine whether or not an infant will be born with Down Syndrome. However, the situation can go one of two
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