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Prenatal Genetic Counseling
Prior to completing this discussion, please read the required chapter in the textbook, view the Prenatal Genetic Counseling video, and review any relevant Instructor Guidance.
Our advances in genetics have opened the door to improvements in the quality of life for many children, and have also initiated many debates on the ethical and moral considerations of genetic testing and intervention. In this discussion, you will demonstrate a foundational knowledge of a child’s developmental continuum from conception by addressing one of these debates for your original post.
From the required resources consulted, identify two genetic tests routinely offered to women during their pregnancy. Citing at least one of these, or choosing at least one other scholarly resource, describe at least two benefits and two risks of each procedure. In your opinion, do the benefits of these procedures outweigh the risks posed to either the mother or fetus? Why or why not? Apply this information by choosing one of the scenarios below and address the specific issues presented supporting your conclusions with references from your sources:
Choice A: Sarah and Tony are expecting their first child. When the doctor asks the couple if they are interested in having an invasive genetic test done, Sarah says, “yes”, but Tony is more hesitant and would prefer not to take the risk. What is the father’s role in this decision considering the historical and contextual role of fathers in making decisions regarding pregnancy? What other issues, including family history, financial constraints, or ethics/morals, play in the decision of whether or not these parents should move forward with genetic testing? Be sure to support your conclusions with references from your sources.
Choice B: Kerry and Greg just found out that they are expecting a baby. Greg knows that there is a family history of sickle cell mutation, and is worried. When their doctor announces a brand new experimental procedure to intervene while the fetus is in utero and correct the mutation, Greg is very excited. Kerry, however, is concerned about the risks and what it would mean to alter the genetics of their unborn child. Provide an argument either for or against intervening with genetic development prior to birth in order to prevent developmental, learning/cognitive, or physical disabilities. What about altering things like hair or eye color, sex, or cosmetic issues (like missing or deformed limbs)? At what point should we draw the line between improving the quality of life and incorporating unnecessary risk in the quest for perfection? Be sure to support your conclusions with references from your sources
Text book is from Ashford University, PSY 104, Mossler 2011 video is also at Ashford University
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