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ike the Greek side of the divided island, the Turkish-governed part of the island also introduced mandatory screening programs for β thalassemia. After screening, people on either side can make their own decisions about marriage. If two carriers marry and desire to have children, the woman can voluntarily undergo prenatal screening and request an abortion if the fetus is fated to have the disease. In both the Turkish and Greek regions, the government will pay for the abortion. This policy has the support of both constituencies because of the enormous toll the disease was t


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Nice note about the former title of the journal. I'm glad this study seems to be effectively debunked, because when it came out it made me angry all the time. #fucktaysachs #devilsbargain