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Down Syndrome Families Brought Into Sharp Focus
They spend more time in doctors' offices than most parents. They endure stares from strangers but feel as if they and their children are invisible. They often find themselves fighting for their kids, not just raising them. Earlier, and perhaps more dramatically, they wrestle with the complex emot...
By Fredrick Kunkle
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