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03/16/2011

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In the not so distant past, one “test” was used to determine Down syndrome risk: the age of the mother. We actually still use the mother’s age in determining Down syndrome risk. The risk of having a baby with Down syndrome increases as the age of the mother increases. We now use this age-based risk as a starting point; a risk that is the modified by the results of the screening test.

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