A ProPublica article reports that pregnancy screening tests are unregulated and refers to these screening tests as the “Wild Wild West” of assessment procedures. In this article, ProPublica reporters tell the story of Amanda, a 32 year-old woman who delivered a baby with trisomy 13, an extra chromosome (3 instead of 2) on the 13th chromosome. This condition is not compatible with life. Amanda had had a “screen” blood draw commonly done on pregnant women. About 40 percent of pregnant women get this screen.