Do you think that there should be strict laws in place that would monitor the work of clinical geneticist, and the results they give to parents?
Very often, this kind of work is a statistics game, especially with the new work they are doing on embryos. For example, if a certain gene shows up that predisposes an egg to having cancer later on in life that does not necessarily mean it will actually have cancer later in life.
I think there is a still a lot we don't know about this field and that we really shouldn't be using it yet to weed out humans.
I think this field is very different from testing a fetus to realize it is missing limbs or has damage to vital organs. In the case of true suffering, I believe it is up to the parents and doctors to decide if a fetus should make it to full term.