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May 29 Conference on Non-Invasive Prenatal Genetic Testing

May 29, 2012 from 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
Stanford Law School
Paul Brest Hall, Munger Graduate Residence

Registration Information: The conference is free and open to the public but space is limited. A copy of the preliminary agenda is available here.

To reserve a spot, please register at:

http://www.stanford.edu/dept/law/forms/PrenatalConfo_participants.fb

7 Responses to “May 29 Conference on Non-Invasive Prenatal Genetic Testing”

  1. Bruce Blankenship says:

    Will the proceedings be recorded (video) and available after the conference?

  2. Matt Lamkin says:

    We will be video recording the entire conference, and will post the video to our YouTube page shortly afterwards: http://goo.gl/jN117.

  3. [...] risk of miscarriage, they are also claimed to have lower error rates than conventional tests. At a conference on prenatal genetic testing at Stanford University in California last week, Kenneth Song of Ariosa said that its test turns up false positives in less [...]

  4. Brian says:

    Is the video available on line yet?

  5. reza says:

    Do you think law will limit about abortion too?

    • hgreely says:

      You should watch Jaime King’s segment (in the regulatory session) on possible legal regulation of termination decisions, or of information that could be used for soe termination decisions. Several states have already banned doctors from committing abortions that are motivated by the sex or race of the fetus; NIPT could add lots of other possible indications.

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