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Abortion Activists Worry Artificial Wombs Could Move Up Viability and Protect Unborn Babies

With artificial wombs moving from the realm of science fiction to scientific fact, abortion sympathizers are starting to get concerned about the ethical and legal implications. In an 7/28/17 article from Gizmodo titled “How New Technology Could Threaten a Woman’s Right to Abortion,” reporter Kristen V. Brown says that an “artificial womb” recently successfully used […]
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