A Canary in a Coal Mine?

In viewing child-bearing as an economic transaction, we've become immune to the horrors of in vitro experimentation on fetuses (babies) to prevent or mitigate problems with ambiguous genitalia and other types of trouble.

Thankfully, some professionals are sounding the alarm. In Bioedge, Michael Cook highlights an article by Alice Dreger of Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine; Ellen Feder of American University; and Anne Tamar-Mattis of Advocates for Informed Choice, who present the case that ethics are being cast aside and pregnant women and the babies they're carrying are being treated with dangerous and untested drugs.

Is this a case of human experimentation, redolent of a Dr. Mengele-lite type of thinking?


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