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By Brendon

Ryder

As many of you read this story you know the feeling when a standard ultrasound at 12-13 weeks leaves you feeling empty knowing that something is not right with your developing son or daughter. The indicators were a thick nuchal fold normally indicating 'Down Syndrome'.

Read more: Ryder's Story

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