'I Am Worried There Will Be Fewer Of Us,' Says Campaigner Against Down Syndrome TestNatalie Dedreux has spent months campaigning against a plan to make a blood test for Down syndrome free in Germany.
MIT Uses $29 Million Gift To Launch Down Syndrome Research CenterThe college says the money will be used to enhance research and improve the lives of people with Down syndrome.
Vaccine Being Tested To Prevent Dementia In People With Down SyndromeBoston researchers are testing an experimental vaccine that may prevent Alzheimer’s disease in people with Down syndrome.
Lexington Comic Book Store Is Focused On People, Not ProfitsOmar's World of Comics and Hobbies in Lexington Center is run by a young man with Down syndrome.
'We’re All Lucas’s Parents': Family Cheers First Gerber Baby With Down SyndromeLittle Lucas's iconic achievement means something for everyone who lives and shines with Down syndrome.
Middleboro Cheerleader Inspires Fellow StudentsA cheerleader on the team at Middleboro High School is inspiring his fellow students and everyone he meets.
Children's Hospital Employee With Down Syndrome Inspires Doctors, PatientsNathan Simons is the first full time employee with Down syndrome at Boston Children’s Hospital.
Father-To-Be Running Boston Marathon For Daughter With Down SyndromeOliver Foley has extra motivation pushing him every step of the way in his Boston Marathon training.
McDonald's Throws Retirement Party For Longtime Employee With Down SyndromeFreia David, who has Down syndrome, has been serving customers for 32 years in Needham.
McDonald's Worker With Down Syndrome Retiring After 32 YearsA woman with Down syndrome who has worked at the same Needham McDonald’s for over three decades is retiring.
East Coast Jumbos Learn Life Lessons On The IceMany have autism or Down syndrome, some are hearing impaired, but when they all hit the ice together all of those issues skate away.
First-bumping Young Fan Named Hero Of Rev’s MatchBoston’s favorite young fan was honored by the New England Revolution in a special pregame ceremony Saturday night.
High School Wrestling Champ Shares Glory With Special OpponentA state champion from Burlington was up against a first time wrestler; a young man from Wakefield who has fought hard to just get on his team.
The Parent Report: The Bullying Of Special Needs Children Is On The RiseWBZ's Doug Cope says the bullying of children with special needs is still a concern.
Medical Minute: Down SyndromeWBZ's Dr. Murray Feingold talks about the current practice of testing blood for down syndrome.