Read the article here. (Warning: cute kid alert, proceed at your own risk).
A business has developed a test that can detect Downs' Syndrome as early as 10 weeks into a pregnancy with a 98.6% accuracy.
The test has a false negative rate, saying a child has Downs' when they do not, of 0.2%. This seems small, and it is, but it means that it is wrong once every 500 times tested.
The rate of Downs' is 1 in every 691 live births.
Would you have the test? Would you want your wife to have it? I have a definite thought on this, just curious what you think.