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New John Hopkins University Press book by Ilana Löwy, visiting Professor at GHSM: “Imperfect Pregnancies”

In the 1960s, thanks to the development of prenatal diagnosis, medicine found a new object of study: the living fetus. At first, prenatal testing was proposed only to women at a high risk of giving birth to an impaired child. … Continue reading

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