Op-Ed

August 30, 2014 8:00 PM

The truth about Down syndrome

The data indicate that people with Down syndrome, and the families who care for them, suffer less than might be supposed. And where Down syndrome does pose undoubted challenges, research into treatment options suggests that there are grounds for cautious optimism.

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