BABY check-up

Allison, Annette
January 2004
Woman's Day (Australia Edition);1/5/2004, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p44
Discusses the use of pap smear to check the fetus for any genetic abnormalities. Details on the procedure of the test developed by researchers at the Australian Genome Research Facility; Miscarriage risk of the procedure.


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