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    “COMMUNITY, IDENTITY, STABILITY”: this is the World State's motto in a science fiction novel “Brave New World” written by Aldous Leonard Huxley in 1932. Huxley predicts the future world ironically, and I assume everyone hopes his prediction will not come true. Fortunately, Huxley’s brave new world is just a fictional world; no one knows whether Huxley’s brave new world will become a reality or not. However, technology improves rapidly and scares people that their world is gradually approaching to

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    When Does Life Begin

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    Birth is the only way which will preserve the human species from extinction and for the continuity of life. Although, the pregnancy and birth processes are complex, we need to know them and learn about them because of their importance. In this process the reproductive systems in the male and female are involved. They produce sex cells or gametes: the egg and the sperm. These systems are very essential to make almost identical new embryo cells to the parents, but each one of them differs from the

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    conceive a baby, there are many methods that can possibly work and that’s when ART (Assisted Reproductive Technology) becomes a great part of it. As far as the moral and ethical part, some people would disagree to this new technology such as IVF (in vitro fertilization), surrogacy, egg transfer, intrauterine insemination, etc. Sarah and Jim, a beautiful, married and happily ever after couple desperately to have a family are pursuing their dreams to become parents. The couple, however, cannot have kids

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    Traditional surrogacy is a contractual situation in which a woman becomes impregnated, by artificial insemination, using her own egg and the sperm of a man. Gestational surrogacy refers to a contractual situation where a woman agrees to have an in vitro fertilized (IVF) embryo implanted in her uterus (Gugucheva 6). In both types the gestational mother—woman carrying a developing fetus in her uterus—agrees to relinquish her parental rights to the child. In traditional surrogacy the gestational mother

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    The Risks of In Vitro Fertilization

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    How much are couples willing to risk in order conceiving a child? Is In-vitro fertilization worth the risk of your child being stillborn, or having birth defects? There are many Pro's and Con's on this topic. For many couples dream’s that have been vanished with the possibility of having a child of its own blood, IVF might be worth the risk. Although you do have a risk of running into this problem, how likely is it for your child to encounter them. Invitro fertilization is an effective means of

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    The Human Knowledge

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    The knowledge human kind has attained and developed since we started learning continues to grow rapidly today. In the last 100 years, we have been able to expand our knowledge and improve the way we live through various inventions in the areas of technology, communication, health, creativity and much more. The arts, such as film, music, visual arts and literature, can be defined as the display of skill and expression of human emotion and perspective. It can be used as a tool to capture and record

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    Health and Society: The Health Belief Model

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    [Accessed 25 Apr. 2014]. Macer, D. (2014). Perception of risks and benefits of in vitro fer... [Soc Sci Med. 1994] - PubMed - NCBI. [online] Ncbi.nlm.nih.gov. Available at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8146712 [Accessed 25 Apr. 2014]. Mayoclinic.org, (2014). In vitro fertilization (IVF) Risks - Tests and Procedures - Mayo Clinic. [online] Available at: http://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/in-vitro-fertilization/basics/risks/prc-20018905 [Accessed 25 Apr. 2014]. McGUINNESS, S. and

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    Human Cloning

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    all of its own. There are also differences in mitochondria and uterine that makes the person different. Cloning is not that far from procedures that are being done all the time, such as in vitro fertilization, where egg fertilization takes place in a lab and is then transferred to the uterus. In vitro fertilization usually requires the retrieval of many cells and can take several times to work if it does at all. It can also result in multiple pregnancies. Cloning is only another alternative

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    Ethics of In Vitro Fertilization

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    In Vitro Fertilization “The unexamined life is not worth living.” With these words, Socrates stated the creed of reflective men and women and set the task for ethics: to seek, with the help of reason, a consistent and defensible approach to life and its moral dilemmas (Walters 22). Ethical inquiry is important to us when we are unsure of the direction in which we are heading. “New philosophy calls all in doubt,” wrote John Donne in the wake of the Copernican Revolution and of Charles I’s violent

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    The High Price of In Vitro Fertilization MAKE A DREAM COME TRUE. GIVE THE GIFT OF LIFE! BE AN EGG DONOR. $6,500 STIPEND AND EXPENSES PAID. When twenty-year-old Maria Slone first saw the ad in her college newspaper, she remembers thinking, “Damn, that’s a lot of money!” She called up immediately, envisioning an egg-plucking process that would be as quick and effortless as sperm donation. Disappointingly, the receptionist at Woman to Woman Fertility Clinic didn’t give her the time of

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