Discounted Dor Yeshorim Testing In Lakewood This Week

dor yeshorimDiscounted Dor Yeshorim testing will be available in Lakewood on Tuesday. The event is for Bachurim only, and will take place at the Bais Faiga Gratter building.

There will be groups at 6:45 p.m., 7:15 p.m. and 7:45 p.m.

The mass screening special is $175, instead of the regular $250.

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  1. Our grandparents didn’t need dor yeshorim and they were fine.

    Do your research and don’t believe everything that the medical profession says.

  2. I actually know a family that had many children nifter with tay sachs, loi oleinu. Doesn’t mean it’s the right thing to do. there where many people that didn’t convert during the inquisition and died too. The ends don’t justify the means. many of the heteirim to test was specifically for tay sachs, today dor yeshurim tests for many more tests that you never heard of and that many rabonim might not allow. As with anything else in Yiddishkeit – ask your lor.

  3. Had I went thru dor yesharim as a kallah, my husband and I would have been found incompatible. By the time I was expecting our first child, our incompatibility had a simple solution. We have had 3 healthy children, bli ayin hara. Everyone must ask their own sheilahs about this…don’t just follow what everyone else is doing…halacha is poskined based on the person and their individual circumstances.

  4. taking the tay-saks test does not guarantee that one will not have a child with special needs, chas v’sholom, but it is our responsibility to do our hishtadlus. tay saks has been virtually wiped out. and how did anyone figure out how to do this (and vaccinations, etc) shenawchal maychochmawso l’basar v’dum

  5. To #4: your statement appears very concerning to me. “there where many people that didn’t convert during the inquisition and died too. The ends don’t justify the means.” What is the correlation between those who died l’sham shamayim & dor yesharim? I believe I understand you point but not your analogy. Would you care to elaborate? Thanks

  6. If There Was Even A 1% Chance There’s Poison In A Cup Of Soda Would You Drink It, So Why Wouldn’t You Take The Test To Take Away This Percentage Even If It’s Small.

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