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The “Elective” Selective Reduction

In general, I have no issue with selective reduction during IVF.  But this article even made me pause for a moment.

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Abortions After IVF: Scandal Created By Anti-Choice Politics

Few people want a baby as badly as those who have struggled with infertility, especially those who have undergone fertility treatments.   So can’t we trust abortion isn’t something they’d undertake lightly?

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Selectively Reducing Multiple Births

Sure, it’s safer to implant the embryos one by one, but that quickly drives up the cost. However, implanting multiple embryos can lead to risky pregnancies—including "infant mortality, low birth rates, long-term disabilities and thousands of dollars’ worth of medical care," says the Times.

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