Down’s syndrome


Vision is a safer means of screening for Down's syndrome which may negate the need for an amniocentesis test

Many babies born with Down’s syndrome are only diagnosed after birth. However, Vision enables parents to get a full view of their child’s susceptibility to this condition from as early as 10 weeks and is carried-out with just a simple risk-free blood draw, thus removing any risk of miscarriage associated with amniocentesis.

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