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GOTHENBURG, Sweden (GenomeWeb) – Noninvasive prenatal genetic tests for detecting fetal disorders and preconception tests to assess disease recurrence risk continue to advance. At the European Human Genetics Conference here in Gothenburg yesterday, researchers presented two new noninvasive prenatal testing methods and a new way to determine recurrence risk for diseases caused by a de novo mutation.

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