On a monitor at St. Mary's Maternal and Fetal Medicine Clinic, the heart of a 22-week-old fetus — already named Ava — pumps blood in bright echocardiogram flashes of yellows, reds and blues. The colors indicate the valves and chambers of her pecan-sized heart are functioning correctly. Ava's…

A new study focused on breast cancer could save thousands of women the cost and pain of chemotherapy, but local doctors are warning patients not to get too excited about the results.

When Stephanie Bonnie found out her son, Elijah, had Down syndrome about 20 weeks into her pregnancy, she likened the experience to going through the stages of grief.

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