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Ninety percent of all babies with Down Syndrome are aborted. One reason this statistic is so high is because of the medical community's negative spin on down syndrome.
They Said She Can’t Sing Because She Has Down Syndrome. Her Response? AMAZING.
“Very few people with Down syndrome will ever be able to sing,” says Down Syndrome Education International. Well, a young girl named Madison Tevlin is here to make her mark. -- The astounding 12-year-old defies all statistics and odds associated with having Down syndrome and singing. She’s not letting the fact that she faces adversity keep her from following her dreams; she’s a true inspiration to all.
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Oldest Living Man with Down Syndrome (83) When Bert Holbrook was born the average lifespan for a person with Down syndrome was 40. Holbrook didn’t pay attention to the statistics. When he turned 80 in 2008, the Guinness Book of World Records officially named him the “oldest fully authenticated male” with Down syndrome. Holbrook, who had lived in a group home for nearly 30 years, had outlived his parents and his sister.