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    destroying the family. Some hold that the family is an immutable institution, but we have seen that the concept of the family is fluid, not static. Divorce used to be illegal in this country, now about half of marriages end in divorce. There are now surrogate mothers, same-sex parents, test-tube babies, sperm banks, and the list goes on. The concept of a man and woman getting and staying married and raising children may perhaps be the ideal, but it is not reality. Our laws must correspond to the norms

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    Cloning Humans

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    mass-produce subjects for experimentation may eventually become a cheap alternative compared to paying for non-clones, and can even speed up the pace at which life science is advancing. Human cloning will also kick-start a whole new business where surrogate mothers offer their wombs for rent. This can be an attractive source of livelihood for less-educated people in poor countries. Much as cloning of humans is enticing, there are a host of issues over its practicality besides the risks involved and

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    “Time to Ban Surrogate Motherhood,” written by Lynda Hurst and “Surrogate Motherhood: Why it Should Be Permitted,” written by Allan C. Hutchinson, are persuasive texts where the authors’ attempts to influence the audience to agree with their side of the argument on surrogate motherhood. According to The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, surrogate motherhood is defined as, “a woman who bears a child for another person, often for pay, either through artificial insemination or

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    One of a human being’s basic necessities is love and companionship, and this need begins in infancy. In order to explore the importance of early bonding, Harry Harlow created surrogate mothers for rhesus babies. Shortly after their birth, the rhesus babies were taken from their mothers and placed in individual cages. Initially, the cages were lined with soft gauze diapers, and Harlow realized that the rhesus babies grew attached to the diapers. In order to explore this finding, Harlow realized that

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    of surrogates, or substitutes for humans to live life safely and without fear. Humans in this time use robots controlled with their minds in order to do everything they want to do. They can be whoever they want to be and as attractive as they’d like. Consequently, after using the surrogate system for long, viewers can see that humans are afraid of life without the shielding of their robots, and feel hatred towards themselves because they are not who they want to be. In the world of Surrogates, humans

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    success rates as high as 60 percent and with implantation methods getting better every day…” (Gailie). Surrogacy gives a big opportunity for someone to have a child but cannot because of some issues. Having a surrogate can have a positive effect on the child`s and the child mother. The surrogate can continue to communicate with the child’s mother every day about what is going on through the pregnancy. This topic will forever be an on-going debate because people in general will always look at the bad

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    Surrogacy Essay

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    that are available today is Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART), Artificial Insemination by Donor (AID), Gestational Surrogacy, Surrogate Embryo Transfer (SET) and In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). The option that interested me the most was surrogacy. I would like to learn what it actually takes to become a surrogate mother and just what your options are as a surrogate. What is Surrogacy? In the context of the medical field, the term surrogacy means an arrangement for the carrying of a pregnancy

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    Opportunity Awaits

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    The practice of using a surrogate mother to carry a couple’s potential child is a common choice for hopeful couples today. There are a few parallels between both the monetary exchange for a baby, and the monetary exchange for non-replensishable organs, in that both exchanges involve many ethical dilemmas. The contrast between the two is a very bold definition of what is essential to living, versus what is a desirable component of one’s life. On the legal end, courts are likely to weigh in favor of

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    when making something so precious, beautiful and unique, it takes an extra helping heart” (Author Unknown). To me, surrogate motherhood is giving the gift of a child to an individual who cannot carry a child themselves. I chose this topic because it interests me to see what kind of problems are linked with the journey of surrogacy. I have seen plenty of fictional movies about surrogate mothers, and I wanted to learn if any of these issues happened in real life situations. Before I began my research

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    Surrogacy is a very controversial topic. Some people are believers, yet some think no matter how desperate someone is to start a family that it’s just not right. Using a surrogate mother, a women who bears a child for another women, makes it possible for couples to have a child with DNA from one or both of the intended parents. Often couples turn to surrogacy if one or both are infertile (unable to reproduce), gay couples, or other medical conditions that cause the mother to be unable to conceive

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