Author: Omenn, Gilbert S. , Motulsky, Arno G
Many psychological burdens are associated with pregnancy, one of the most distressing being the fear of a deformed or defective baby. The fear has some basis in the fact that approximately 3 percent of all live births are severely retarded in mental development or have serious defects. For the family in which a child or another relative is already defective, the risks may be greatly magnified. In the past two decades, genetic counseling clinics have been established to deal with the medical, genetic, and emotional aspects of such disorders.
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