Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics



PERSPECTIVES

The Ethical and Religious Challenges of Reproductive Technology


RICHARD A.  McCORMICK a1
a1 Department of Theology, University of Notre Dame, Indiana

Abstract

Birth regulation is a tired and worn-out conversation, so I will not approach the matter in that way. I think it much more exciting, and it raises all the same problems, to approach the issues of reproductive services through reproductive technologies that are now available. Since this is based on my recent experience with the American Fertility Society, now the American Society of Reproductive Medicine, I will take this tack. This presentation is a vehicle for getting some questions on the table; hopefully, there will be enlightenment in the discussion and debates that follow.



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