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Doctors Question Ethics of Baby Gender Test

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Doctors Question Ethics of Baby Gender Test

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Doctors Question Ethics of Baby Gender Test

Doctors Question Ethics of Baby Gender Test

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A new blood test can reportedly determine the sex of a fetus as early as five weeks into a pregnancy, with nearly 100 percent accuracy. But some doctors have expressed concerns over the ethics of this new product.

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