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UK Greenlight To Create Genetically Engineered Children Exploits Women, Commoditizes Babies, Warns Bioethicists

United Kingdom’s fertility regulator approved an in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure that allows the conception of a baby using the DNA of three parents, and the first baby coming from this technique could be born next year. While many deem the development an important milestone in science, there are also those who criticize it, claiming that the practice would exploit women and commoditize children. Jennifer Lahl, president of the Center for Bioethics and Culture Network, shared that she would point out to people that the donors of the mitochondria are healthy young women. She said, “You have to harm one woman in the hopes of potentially helping somebody else. That doesn’t sound like ethical science to me.” Meanwhile, Arina Grossu of the Family Research Council in Washington D.C. told CP that the procedure is “utterly disrespectful of human dignity on all counts. First, children deserve to have one mom and one dad. Second, children are not commodities to be created, used, and thrown away as some of these techniques do,” Grossu stated, adding, “[The fertility clinics] do not know the ramifications of these genetic modifications on the children’s long-term health nor the effects they will have on the entire human germline for all of their future generations.” (READ MORE)


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