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Artificial Wombs

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This report was written as part of the scientific literacy assignment, where we were given the opportunity to conduct our own study based on our own interests. This report highlights the ethical issues of ectogenesis.

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Developmental biology Biology Reproduction Artificial uterus Hypothetical technology Medical research Uterus Ectogenesis Zoology Fetus Woman Foetus
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Developmental biology Biology Reproduction Artificial uterus Hypothetical technology Medical research Uterus Ectogenesis Zoology Fetus Woman Foetus
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Ectogenesis can be used for medical benefits, where it can facilitate those who are unable to bear child-birth, have placental problems, are infertile and can ultimately save premature babies (Schultz 2009). From early conjectures of artificial wombs by Haldane to experimentations of the cloning of the Dolly sheep and Dr. Kuwabara’s experimentation with the 17 week old goat foetus, indicates the close proximity of artificial wombs becoming a success for future use (Rosen 2003). Rosen (2003) also argues that with ectogenesis becoming the new tool of bearing children, women will have the choice of choosing the time as well as the number and quality of children they want. From this techniqu...
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