False Positive DNA-Tech Testing is Leading to More Abortions.

An examination by the New York Times has found that 85 percent of prenatal blood tests for rare chromosomal disorders provided false positive results to expectant mothers. On average, only 15 out of every 85 tests came back with accurate information on their child’s genetic make-up, potentially leading many mothers to abort perfectly healthy children. The article describes a series of case studies of expectant mothers who received normal ultrasounds, but were told shortly after that blood tests confirmed their children would be born with serious ailments and mental illness. These mothers then had to either pay for additional testing