Iceland with a population of about 3,50,000 has just one or two children born with Down syndrome each year on an average, in some cases after their parents got inaccurate test results. Doctors in Iceland are required to inform pregnant women about the availability of a screening test that could demonstrate the presence of Down syndrome in their baby.
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