About Down syndrome
Down syndrome is a genetic condition that affects one in every 733 live births. It results when a baby is born with three rather than the usual two copies of chromosome 21. Some refer to Down syndrome as "Trisomy 21" because there are three copies of chromosome 21. About 4 million people throughout the world have this chromosomal abnormality.
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