Regulating in the Global Village: The Case of Non-invasive Prenatal Tests

Jeffrey Wale, law academic and researcher in the Centre for Conflict, Rule of Law & Society presented a paper co-authored with Professor Roger Brownsword on ‘Regulating in the Global Village: The Case of Non-invasive Prenatal Tests’ at the Medicine, Law & the Internet Conference organised by the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Laboratory for the Research of Medical Law & Bioethics, the Bar Association of Thessaloniki & the Medical Association of Thessaloniki on the 5 May 2017.

This conference paper builds on their previous research on the global regulation of this technology including a recent meeting at the UK Department of Health to discuss the implementation of non-invasive prenatal testing within the UK fetal anomaly screening programme.