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Rise in Down's syndrome pregnancies

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The number of Down's syndrome pregnancies in England and Wales has risen sharply in the last twenty years, as mothers choose to wait until later life to start a family.

But scientists found fewer babies are born with the condition as more women opt to abort the pregnancy.

Branwen Jeffreys reports.

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