A popular show in television in France broadcasted a debate on abortion of fetuses with trisomy 21 (Down syndrome). The next day, a 10 year old kid with this disease get to Dr. Jérome Lejeune’s office. He was sobbing uncontrollably, because he had seen the tv show. The kid hugged the doctor and said: «They want to kill us, we are weak, we don’t know how to defend ourselves…». From that day Dr. Lejeune worked tirelessly to defend them.
In an International Congress of Health in New York he was nominated as a French expert about the consequences of radiation in descendence. One day, UN opens the debate about the usual argument pro-abortion: women mortality, illegal abortions… Then Dr. Lejeune, and just him, defend unborn children. That day he lost the Nobel Prize.