New research indicates that a treatment may one day lessen the symptoms of the disability. In the meantime, a mother reflects on what that would mean for her child.
Culture as a whole needs to change to be more supportive of children with chromosomal conditions.
Between 70 and 85 percent of women in the U.S. confronted with a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome choose abortion -- but that number used to be higher.
Many American women terminate their pregnancies when they discover their child will have Down Syndrome. Is that so different from mothers in other parts of the world who abort unwanted girls?
After Newtown, a mother contemplates what she can do to fight back against violence.