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Cherchez la Femme! Maternal incidental findings can explain puzzling or discordant prenatal cell-free DNA screening results Listen

Sequencing of cell-free placental DNA found in the maternal circulation has been a boon to couples interested in non-invasive prenatal screening. But sometimes results are puzzling or are discordant with a child's genotype. In this edition of GenePod, Genetics in Medicine's monthly podcast, Diana Bianchi, the Director of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, discusses her recent Genetics in Medicine published review about such puzzling and discordant results.

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