Yep... nature has evolved a system of human reproduction over millions of years that weeds out birth defects... then certain persons come along trying to meddle with the process in a gigantic experiment that failed because they couldn't handle natural selection.
but as it turned out got it wrong
A 3.5% chance of defects using IVF vs. 2.5% for "regular" births hardly indicates to me that they "got it wrong" ...
The 1% difference makes it unacceptable. We shouldn't be paying for birth defects when the money could be put to better use - such as improving health care for vulnerable infants and children for example suffering from distressing conditions.
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