Study finds survival rates have improved among heart patients with Down syndrome

Since 1990, the mortality rate for children born with Down syndrome and a congenital heart defect has more than halved. This has been shown in a study by the University of Gothenburg. However, the mortality rate in this group is still 85% higher, compared to others who have a congenital heart defect but were not born with Down syndrome.

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