World-renowned molecular scientist Dr Dennis Lo Yuk-ming is working with the Health Authority to ensure women with high risk pregnancies can get a free non-invasive test for Down’s syndrome at public hospitals. K.Y. Cheng World-renowned molecular scientist Dr Dennis Lo Yuk-ming is working with the Health Authority to ensure women with high risk pregnancies can get a free non-invasive test for Down’s syndrome at public hospitals. K.Y. Cheng
World-renowned molecular scientist Dr Dennis Lo Yuk-ming is working with the Health Authority to ensure women with high risk pregnancies can get a free non-invasive test for Down’s syndrome at public hospitals. K.Y. Cheng

Hong Kong’s public hospitals to offer non-invasive Down’s syndrome test for free to women with high-risk pregnancies

Test, which costs HK$5,000 in private clinics, currently not available in public hospitals

Topic |   Hong Kong health care and hospitals
World-renowned molecular scientist Dr Dennis Lo Yuk-ming is working with the Health Authority to ensure women with high risk pregnancies can get a free non-invasive test for Down’s syndrome at public hospitals. K.Y. Cheng World-renowned molecular scientist Dr Dennis Lo Yuk-ming is working with the Health Authority to ensure women with high risk pregnancies can get a free non-invasive test for Down’s syndrome at public hospitals. K.Y. Cheng
World-renowned molecular scientist Dr Dennis Lo Yuk-ming is working with the Health Authority to ensure women with high risk pregnancies can get a free non-invasive test for Down’s syndrome at public hospitals. K.Y. Cheng
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