When a couple pursues IVF treatment, creates embryos, then gets divorced, should those embryos be destroyed? Or do they have a right to life?
The legal process, which fails to recognize embryos as developing human beings with distinct DNA, has not caught up with modern science.
The recent malfunctions at two major fertility clinics expose more than just the technical failures of the assisted reproductive technologies industry.
As long as the business of creating surplus embryos remains unregulated in the United States, donating and adopting embryonic children increases the demand for it.
Our beliefs about ourselves and personal identity over time reveal that we already acknowledge the unborn are persons. We just haven’t reflected on the implications.
Science confirms that human life begins at conception, even if the pro-choice movement tends to look upon this as if it were some kind of witchcraft chant.
Sofia Vergara doesn’t want embryos she created with Nick Loeb to be born, but Loeb says they’re alive and he wants to parent them.
No child should need an org-chart to explain her artificially constructed, experimental family.
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