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Evidence-Based Obstetric Ethics and Informed Decision-Making by Pregnant Women About Invasive Diagnosis After First-Trimester Assessment of Risk for Trisomy 21



Evidence-Based Obstetric Ethics and Informed Decision-Making by Pregnant Women About Invasive Diagnosis After First-Trimester Assessment of Risk for Trisomy 21



Yearbook of Obstetrics Gynecology and Women's Health 2006: 43-45




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DOI: 10.1016/s1090-798x(08)70322-9


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