There’s been some buzz this week about the newest scientific discovery that can help the in vitrofertilization (IVF) process: doctors now have the ability to harvest the eggs of aborted baby girls and use them to aid women who have difficulty conceiving.
IVF is already riddled with moral conundrums, not the least of which is the “selective reduction” abortions that often follow an overly successful IVF procedure (where a woman aborts one or more of multiple babies she has unwittingly conceived). There is also the problem of fertilized human zygotes (aka little humans) who are not selected for implantation being simply discarded without a second thought as to their intrinsic value as humans.
It comes as little surprise, for a procedure that is wont to constantly and consistently put the desires and preferences of parents before the humanity of their children, that…
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