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Mar
29
2009
Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 29 issue 3

Thirty Years of ‘Test-Tube’ Babies

Peter Singer


OP-ED Thirty Years of ‘Test-Tube’ Babies Peter Singer Louise Brown, the first person to be conceived outside a human body, turned thirty in 2008. The birth of a “test-tube baby,” as the headlines described in vitro fertilization, was highly controversial at the time. Leon Kass, who subsequently served as chair...

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