Pink or blue after just eight weeks
AbstractPregnant women now have an additional 8 weeks to plan their baby rooms after local molecular technology firm DNAlysis Biotechnology licensed a foetal sexing test that has cut the time it takes to determine a babys gender from 16 weeks to 8 weeks.
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