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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 will have mental health problems will not be able to live independently will experience trouble with the law will be confined in prison, drug or alcohol treatment centeror mental insitution will have a "distrupted school experience" Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Dr Colin Gavaghan, Director, NZ Law Foundation Centre for Emerging Technologies, Faculty of Law, University of Otago, comments:In my book Defending the Genetic Supermarket, I argued that prospective parents should, on the whole, be allowed to make these sorts of choices if they want; or at least, we should be able to offer them a pretty good reason if we are to ban them from doing so. Thats a controversial position, and a lot of people of course disagree." Marcy Darnovsky, associate executive director of the Center for Genetics and Society, a nonprofit public interest group in Oakland, Calif, comments:"If we're going to produce children who are claimed to be superior because of theirparticular genes, we risk introducing new sources of discrimination" in society, says Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) is when a women drinks alcohol duringpregnancy.When the fetus is exposed to alcohol, it causes permanent damages, and effects many aspects of the child'sdevelopment. What is it In Canada 95% 60% 60% 55% 82% 70% will have problems with employment FAS results Liver Damage Kidney & Heart Defects Mouth, Teeth &Facial Problems Hearing & EarProblems FAS Symptoms More than 50% of males will have alcohol and/ordrug problems More than 70% of females will havealcohol and/ordrug problems 1 in 8 women drink alcohol while pregnant Each year, 750 babies are born with fetal alcoholsyndrome and 1000 babies are born with fetal alcoholeffects and only 1 in 5 babies live with their biologicalparents Prevention Fetal Alcohol syndrome has been recognized as one of the leading causes of preventable birth defects and developmental delay in children.The way to prevent FAS is to not consume any alcohol during pregnancy. There is no safe amount, or safe kind of alcohol that you can drink during pregnancy and still prevent your child from having FAS or FAE.
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