Scientists in the United Kingdom are reporting a new development in the field of Down syndrome testing.
This week, researchers in the UK published the results of a study they were conducting with researchers at the University of Cambridge.
They showed that a patient with Down syndrome is much less likely to be tested for Down syndrome than someone without the condition.
The results were published in the journal Nature.
The researchers are now looking into whether the changes in the way they tested the patients with Downs syndrome could also affect other types of genetic disorders, including schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
What are Down Syndrome tests for?
Doctors have long been concerned about the use of the tests as a diagnostic tool.
In fact, the National Down Syndrome Society has been fighting against this since the early 1900s.
The NDSS says that using the tests for diagnosis and treatment could cause the symptoms of a person with Down’s syndrome to change in ways that are impossible to predict.
The new study is the first to show that a person who has Down syndrome could be diagnosed with the condition in a similar way.
The study also showed that those with Down s syndrome are much less sensitive to the tests and are more likely to suffer from other mental health conditions.
What can you do to help your child with Down?
The NPD is working with doctors, mental health experts and parents to help their child with the conditions that cause the syndrome.
The National Down syndrome Society is also asking that people with Down be treated with the same compassion that people of other genetic disorders are receiving.
The organization says that the new findings are a step in the right direction, but they still don’t understand why it’s so hard to diagnose Down syndrome.
“We have to continue to educate doctors and health professionals about the need to make accurate and effective diagnoses,” the NDSs spokesperson, Sarah Wollaston, told CNN.
“This new study provides a better understanding of how the tests work, how they can be improved and the possible benefits to patients and their families.”
The National Institutes of Health says that people who have Down syndrome are at higher risk of developing schizophrenia and other mental illnesses.
There are also fears that this is just the tip of the iceberg.
Dr. Andrew L. Dolan, a neurologist at Harvard Medical School and author of “The Gene: How We Can Stop the Gene Wars,” told CNN that there are still many questions about how people with the genetic disorder are affected.
“The real challenge with Down is that we still don know a lot about the genetic makeup of people with it, including whether there is a specific gene that makes people more prone to schizophrenia or bipolar disorder or other conditions,” he said.
“And the more we know about how the genes interact, the more it becomes clear that we have a lot more work to do.”
What are the consequences of a diagnosis of Down Syndrome in the workplace?
People with Down have to be more careful with their words and behavior, and their employers should also be more aware of the impact of a Down syndrome diagnosis, the NPD says.
“If you have a diagnosis with Down, it is important that you take care of your employer to make sure they have a safe environment and to make decisions in a way that do not compromise their health,” the spokesperson said.
For more information about Down syndrome, visit the NSDSA website.