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Prenatal Genetic Testing: An Annotated Bibliography
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PRENATAL GENETIC TESTING
Prenatal Genetic Testing: An Annotated Bibliography
This edited collection of essays scrutinizes the importance of prenatal genetic testing. More and
more women are being encouraged to take part in prenatal genetic testing during their first
trimester. The following paper examines the importance of prenatal genetic testing and why it
needs to be part of the prenatal care.
Mossler, R. (2014). Child and Adolescent Development. (2nd ed.) San Diego, CA: Bridgepoint
Education.
According to this book and historically, fathers have held minimal part in decision
making pertaining to medical procedures during pregnancy such as treatments, tests and even
abortions. Fathers too need to play a vital role during such major decision making processes.
In some instances, a father may find himself becoming a single parent of a child who has
deformed genetic composition when the mother dies due during child birth.
Topic Sentence that this work informs: Both parents should be involved in the decision-
making process pertaining prenatal genetic testing.

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Running Head: PRENATAL GENETIC TESTING Prenatal Genetic Testing: An Annotated Bibliography Name Subject Professor`s Name Date PRENATAL GENETIC TESTING Prenatal Genetic Testing: An Annotated Bibliography This edited collection of essays scrutinizes the importance of prenatal genetic testing. More and more women are being encouraged to take part in prenatal genetic testing during their first trimester. The following paper examines the importance of prenatal genetic testing and why it needs to be part of the prenatal care. Mossler, R. (2014). Child and Adolescent Development. (2nd ed.) San Diego, CA: Bridgepoint Education. According to this book and historically, fathers have held minimal part in decision making pertaining to medical procedures during pregnancy such as treatments, tests and even abortions. Fathers too need to play a vital role during such major decision making processes. In some instances, a father may find himself becoming a single parent of a child who has deformed genetic composition when the mother dies due during child birth. Topic Sentence that this work informs: Both parents should be involved in the decisionmaking process pertaining prenatal genetic testing. PRENATAL GENETIC TESTING Nierneberg, C. (2014, December 18). Prenatal Genetic Screening Tests: Benefits & Risks. Retrieved November 17, 2015, from http://www.livescience.com/45949-prenatal-genetictesting.html. This particular work explores some of the factors that determine whether prenatal ge ...
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