Could Artificial Wombs Transform the Abortion Debate?

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  1. The subject of artificial uteri have been discussed by Kaczor, Kissling, Asch, others in various articles. Cohen adds a range of legal factors. He ignores – to some extent – however, the woman in whom the fetus initially resides. If we take the example of adoption and women’s reactions following relinquishing a child to adoption, we see that it is not all that happy making for biological mothers who experience in varying degrees including not at all, sadness on birth date, longing to know what has become of the child they co-createdand other suffering. The bonds that come of even a few months of gestation have been well described by Little and are still widely ignored.

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