A British woman who says she quit her son if she knew during pregnancy that he has Down's syndrome could get close to $ 245,000, according to a new report from the country's National Health Service, after a court had ruled in their favor.  Edyta Mordel, 33, a native of Polin and residing in Reading, Berkshire, sued the national health care system for the "miscarriage" of her son Aleksander, now 4 years old, the Mirror reported Tuesday. According to the report, Mordel, whose pregnancy was unplanned in 2014, is said to have been screened for Down syndrome between 10 and 14 weeks gestation According to Mordel 's report, the person responsible for the screening had not received sufficient "informed consent" in order to: English: www.mjfriendship.de/en/index.php?op…=view&id=1
The original question of the sonographer was "abrupt" and "abrupt" she had not taken care of, said the judge.
However, "nothing that I have said should be interpreted as an indication that the birth of a child with Down syndrome must be considered undesirable," the judge added.
Mordel told the court that she had worked with someone with Down syndrome and did not want her child to fight in the same way, the sales outlet reported.
"I have seen how difficult his life is and I would not have continued my pregnancy. "She said," I did not want a disabled child, and I did not want my child to suffer like people with disabilities, so I did not want to have my child that way. "