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No, Iceland isn’t eliminating Down syndrome: they’re eliminating people with Down’s: The ‘new eugenics’: A recent report from CBS proclaims that Iceland is, as they put it, “on the verge of eliminating Down syndrome.” But how has Iceland achieved this seeming miracle of modern medicine? Peel back the cheerful headline, and one discovers a true Pandora’s box of horrors.

Imagine this: a country experiences a sudden, widespread outbreak of polio. Thousands are stricken with the horrific disease, which kills up to 30% of its victims, and leaves many more permanently maimed. Concerned by the spread of the disease, the healthcare system systematically rounds up anyone suffering from the disease, and quietly administers him or her a lethal injection.

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No, Iceland isn’t eliminating Down syndrome: they’re eliminating people with Down’s: The ‘new eugenics’: A recent report from CBS proclaims that Iceland is, as they put it, “on the verge of eliminating Down syndrome.” But how has Iceland achieved this seeming miracle of modern medicine? Peel back the cheerful headline, and one discovers a true Pandora’s box of horrors.Imagine this: a country experiences a sudden, widespread outbreak of polio. Thousands are stricken with the horrific disease, which kills up to 30% of its victims, and leaves many more permanently maimed. Concerned by the spread of the disease, the healthcare system systematically rounds up anyone suffering from the disease, and quietly administers him or her a lethal injection.No, Iceland isn’t eliminating Down syndrome: they’re eliminating people with Down’s: The ‘new eugenics’: A recent report from CBS proclaims that Iceland is, as they put it, “on the verge of eliminating Down syndrome.” But how has Iceland achieved this seeming miracle of modern medicine? Peel back the cheerful headline, and one discovers a true Pandora’s box of horrors.Imagine this: a country experiences a sudden, widespread outbreak of polio. Thousands are stricken with the horrific disease, which kills up to 30% of its victims, and leaves many more permanently maimed