The creation of embryonic life outside the womb for the purpose of tissue matching for a bone-marrow transplant for a critically-ill sibling, as in the example of Molly and Adam Nash (Nursing Ethics, p. 115-116).
– in your argument, consider: what is the moral status of embryonic life and what does this indicate about our moral obligations (i.e. to prenatal life, to our future children)?
What obligations might exist with respect to parenthood and procreation)?
Is it moral to create life outside of the womb (why/why not); does it matter under what circumstances that life is brought into being?
What are our obligations to embryos that are created and then not used? Is this a moral problem?
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