Cracking Up is a Liberty Bell production for BBC Two. It is am 10.00 on Sunday 12 To transmit October. Cracking Up is the second of five presenter led films on BBC Two commissioned as part of headroom.
Was rated by research Skotko a 15 percent decrease in births of babies with Down syndrome from 1989 to 2005 in the United States. In the absence of prenatal testing, researchers would have expected the opposite – an increase of 34 percent of births – due to the trend of women waiting longer to have children, is known to having a child of having a child with Down syndrome. Currentlyrently, pregnant women if they if they want definitive diagnosis definitive diagnosis Down syndrome – chorionic villus sampling and amniocentesis – carry a risk invasive and carry a risk, however small, to a spontaneous miscarriage was. Continue reading “Cracking Up is a Liberty Bell production for BBC Two.”