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    Cloning has become a new science that is more realistic today than it would have been 20 years ago. Cloning is when the production of identical cells or organisms has derived from one single individual. There are two different ways cloning can be done, these are explaining further along. Cloning raises many questions based on “can we do this?” and “should we do this?” There have been many issues with folks being undetermined if they should go with or against the idea of cloning. Technological and

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    To In-Vitro or End Vitro

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    To In-Vitro or End Vitro As stated by Dr Grossman of Xavier University “In the United States, infertility is an issue of great concern to many couples of childbearing age. More than 15 percent of all such couples are estimated to be infertile (Grossman, 2003). The medical definition of in vitro fertilization: IVF is a laboratory procedure in which sperm are placed with an unfertilized egg in a Petri dish to achieve fertilization. The embryo is then transferred into the uterus to begin a pregnancy

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    Lupron Or Leuprolide

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    Lupron or Leuprolide (acetate) belongs to a class of drugs called GnRH Agonists (Gonadotropin Releasing Hormones) and is a synthetic nonapeptide analog1. GnRH’s cause the pituitary gland to produce two other hormones (Pituitary Hormones and Follicle Stimulating hormones) that will later stimulate the production of estrogen or testosterone. It is a synthetic hormone that is similar to the natural hormone produced in the brain; it over stimulates the body's own production of certain hormones, which

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    ‘Is it ethical to have a child for the purpose of saving another child’s life?’ Recent high profile cases, films and books all around the world including the UK, Australia and the United States have brought to the public’s attention a new type of IVF. ‘Embryo Selection’ meaning ‘Embryos are fertilised outside the body and only those with certain genes are selected and implanted in the womb.’ Henceforth meaning that doctors are now able to select specific embryo’s and implant them into the mother

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    Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) patients are extremely sensitive to gonadotropin stimulation. Despite intensive monitoring and fine adjustment of gonadotropin dosage during ovarian stimulation, they still have significantly higher incidence of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS) compared with women with normal ovaries1. Limited or even no stimulation in IVM cycles help to eliminate this iatrogenic complication. According to this benefit and its reasonable pregnancy rate2, in vitro maturation

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    GATTACA

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    Part A: The Film, GATTACA portrays a society of those of humans where individuals are the products of genetic engineering and their worth is measured solely by the “quality” of their DNA. Today, the genetic discrimination in many workplaces and the use of genetic screening and vitro fertilization of egg cells is comparable to the society of GATTACA. Firstly, GATTACA depicts our society where many individuals are discriminated against due to their genetic makeup. In the movie, Vincent was denied employment

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    IVF

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    Introduction Just 4 years ago, in 2010, Robert G. Edwards who perhaps is better known as the “Father of the Test Tube Baby,” was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine in Physiology or Medicine for the development of in vitro fertilization (IVF). Edwards initially became involved in reproductive manipulation when he studied mouse fertilization. He eventually moved to human experimentation and studied the human ovaries in great detail to determine how to utilize hormone treatment to induce ovulation

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    Assisted Reproductive Technology One Word Essay Infertility is a serious problem affecting millions of couples around the world. In the developing world alone about 186 million couples are unable to conceive their offspring (Geoffrey, In Vitro Fertilization 24). Infertility can be defined as the inability to conceive after one full year of regular, normal sexual intercourse without the use of any contraception. As shown in the fig.1, it is clearly showed that in recent years, the pregnancy

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    Creating a Designer Baby

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    “One need not be deeply religious or oppose abortion to be troubled by the prospect of a society in which, as bioethicist Alexander Capron puts it, ‘The wanted child becomes the made-to-order child’" (Shannon). With rising concerns of building a baby through eugenics and IVF or In Vitro Fertilization, the government, court systems, activists, and public media is starting to take notice. Being able to pick your babies’ generic make up would be an ethical disaster with a slippery slope into an era

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    Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis

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    Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis "Please make sure that our little one has blond hair and blue eyes, " and "I want him to be a good athlete and very intellectual." "Oh, and doc, make him disease free please." "Is that all?" "You two aren’t very particular are you? " This will be an easy case." "We will continue with the implantation in two days." With the enormous advancement of Technology in many areas of Genetic Diagnosis, parents and doctors seem to defy Mother

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