The surplus fetuses that are created in test tubes--are they at some point destroyed?
I have no idea! But I wanted to weigh in on this question because it's a good question and I'm ashamed to say I had never even thought about "surplus" fetuses before......
But I will say that it's sad to realize that, even if there are surplus fetuses, the nature of man is so that they'll probably be used for stem-cell research and such, which, to me, should not be, because each fetus is a life in itself and there should never be "surplus" fetuses to begin with.........
Brenda, I may be out of line, but I am fairly certain that in some instances more than one egg is fertilized or attempted to be fertilized simply to ensure at least 1 successful fertilization. Maybe others who have firsthand information will weigh in and provide additional information.
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