|Greater numbers of babies with Down's syndrome are being born in the UK as attitudes to the condition shift, according to a new survey.
The Down's Syndrome Association carried out a survey of 1,000 parents who had decided to deliver a Down's baby after a positive test.
It found that these parents thought that society's stance towards Down's syndrome has become more positive and that children with the condition face a better future than 20 years ago.
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