In elementary school, Nadia and Rosie walked home together every day. They would play with Nadia’s dog and swing on Nadia’s hammock. In sixth grade, that all changed. Rosie felt suffocated by Nadia and dodged her after school. She’d hide in the bathroom until her new friends said the coast was clear. Nadia was hurt and confused, and her mother, Dana, was conflicted.
Una investigación científica que acaba de publicarse en la revista 'Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine'podría empezar a cambiar la vida de las personas con síndrome de Down, unas 35.000 en España y seis millones en todo el mundo.