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I would like to remain open minded at this moment; as; In Vitro fertilization does bring hope and life to those families who have run out of the natural conception option.
I suppose I would support those women who are unfortunate in their ability to conceive naturally and in their context, I would not render a moral or ethical judgement.
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Introduction Sue-Ellen Castellino Year 5 Biology Mrs.
Drego In Vitro Fertilization and it's Moral and Ethical issues.
In Vitro fertilization is one of those topics that contain various moral and ethical issues.
Elizabeth Comeau was the first child born in the U. from in-vitro fertilization, which, in 1981, was cutting-edge technology.
However, in the case of single women who wish to be mothers, I would strongly oppose, as my moral and ethical sensibilities would be disturbed at the idea of a 'fatherless society.' On the financial aspect I am deeply troubled that although IVF has been around since 1981 (U.
S.), yet it has not been made available to the poorer and needy families due to the high cost.
I take a middle path to what I think is moral and ethical about this issue, and believe that it depends on the persons concerned and the exercise of their own personal opinions and personal options available to them.
Did you know that modern medicine makes it possible for couples who cannot naturally conceive a baby to become pregnant?