Last week, the New York Times published a fantastic investigative piece on false positives in prenatal testing. One of the authors was the incomparable Sarah Kliff, and it is an absolutely awesome combination of on-the-ground reporting with patients, research into the companies that provide testing, and data visualization. The conclusion of the piece was in…

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