How Inaccurate Prenatal Tests Benefit Planned Parenthood

February 1, 2022

On the day of this year's March for Life, congressional Republicans sent a letter to Acting U.S. Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Janet Woodcock. Prompted by a recent New York Times exposé reporting that prenatal genetic screening tests are incorrect 85 percent of the time, the letter asks Woodcock whether the FDA will be taking any steps to regulate these prenatal screenings in light of the concerningly high rate of false positives...

Read Mary Szoch and Joy Zavalick's full "Federalist" article No One Benefits From Highly Inaccurate Prenatal Tests More Than Planned Parenthood.

For more on this critical issue, don't miss Ken Blackwell's "Townhall" article The Biden Administration Must Protect the Unborn from Bogus Prenatal Tests.