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Would the recent finding about early fetal gender detection affect our understanding of conception?
Perhaps not. But I think fetal gender detection is leading to female fetal killings in China and India because people in these most populous countries give preference to boy chid. Sex ratio in India and China is alarmingly wide.
Thats a good thought, however, I believe that the finding could change our way of thinking in terms of when conception truly starts. If gender could be identified early on then the fetus must therefore be treated not just a piece of "meat" as abortionists would claim
I doubt it. It's already known that at the moment of conception, the gender to the future child has already been determined. The finding may embolden pro-life supporters, but I doubt that it will have any effect on pro-choice individuals, who have already been exposed to various pro-life propaganda campaigns for years, some of which disseminate accurate medical information about fetal development.
.........uhhm..........God made me in the womb............
What He made me as, doesn't really matter.
Let the learned scientists have their day.
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