IVF Debate

alyssaemarie

IVF should be supported through the society because it allows those who are unable to to have babies - have babies as they wish....

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lrizea8525

In Vitro Fertilization is already quite common; it's not a radical new technology. People who argue against it should realize that it's already a widely implemented procedure. In 2012, 1.5% of all the children born in the US had help from in vitro fertilization. The numbers are likely to increase with time (Christensen, "Record Number of Women Using IVF to Get Pregnant")....

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jbrown2047

In Vitro Fertilization is a method or procedure for people who are infertile or cannot create a baby by natural means. Most IVF Clinics grow multiple eggs in the woman through injection of fertility drugs ("Why Choose IVF?"). Following that, the eggs are removed by laparoscopic surgery. In a petri dish, the eggs and sperm are combined and incubated ("Why Choose IVF?"). The fertilized eggs are placed in a growth medium that allows them to divide ("Why Choose IVF?"). If they develop normally, some...

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taylor_camba

IVF is a good thing because it gives couples that could otherwise not have children a chance to have a family. In an article written by Raquel Hunter, she said it gives women who have blocked or damaged fallopian tubes a chance to have children....

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