More Down's syndrome babies are being born than before pre-natal screening became widespread, figures show.
The UK saw 749 Down's births in 2006, up from 717 in 1989 when tests came in.
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The Down's Syndrome Association surveyed 1,000 parents to find out why they had pressed ahead with a pregnancy despite a positive test result.
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One respondent said: "I don't subscribe to the notion of the 'perfect human being' and found the idea of selecting one child in preference to another abhorrent."
Another said: "I already felt a strong sense of responsibility for my unborn child and knew that I would love it and want it regardless of any additional needs it might have. I knew I could count on friends and family for support."