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Monsignor Ignacio Carrasco de Paula, chancellor of the pontifical academy and one of today's presenters, recalled his personal friendship with [French researcher Jérôme] Lejeune. He said the scientist "never regretted his discovery."
And "ethics is possible," he exclaimed. The monsignor cited the example of Rome's Gemelli hospital, saying "ethics is lived" there.
"Kids with trisomy there arrive to the world," Monsignor Carrasco de Paula affirmed. "And thanks to the improvement of their conditions of life, we can resolve the problems that they must face."
Dallapiccola recalled how Down syndrome children were previously ostracized, but now, 50 years later, "kids with trisomy have managed to reach an autonomy never seen before […] and can discreetly integrate themselves into society. They earn degrees. Professor Lejeune's discovery permitted this victory."
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