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What I Realized on the Road to Canadian Legislation After My Son's Down Syndrome Diagnosis

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I struggled for months during my pregnancy navigating my way through the layered Canadian/Ontario medical process a family can experience after receiving their prenatal screening results of Trisomy 21/Down syndrome.

We are sadly one of the families that has a horrific recall of events that unfolded along our prenatal journey. I morphed into an absolute, emotional basket case shortly after receiving our second round of blood work, the more intensified round, that had us at a statistic of 98-99% likelihood of carrying a child with Down syndrome after receiving our “high risk” results of 1:250 in the first round of prenatal screening.

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