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NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Normally, parents who want to know the sex of their baby before it’s born find out through ultrasound done in the second trimester. A blood test that can be done early in pregnancy is highly accurate at determining the sex of the fetus, however, a new study finds. http://www.mediconews.com/
created February 21, 2011
updated February 21, 2011