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Fertility treatment should be allowed for couples who are unable to have children naturally

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Fertility treatment should be allowed for couples who are unable to have children naturally Some people argue that life is a gift from God, not a privilege or something to take advantage of and so fertility treatment should not be allowed. Others think that infertility is a medical problem, and that doctors can treat it so, we can have the treatment in which case fertility treatment is allowed. Personally, I think that fertility treatment should not be allowed for couples who are unable to have children naturally because of the most obvious reason that the couples could adopt children without homes and who need to be cared for. ...read more.

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People may argue that fertility treatment will bring happiness to couples, who otherwise would not be able to have children, but adoption is the same and so it would be even better to adopt as it will bring happiness into the couple's lives and the couple will know that you have helped a child in need of care. In addition, people say that having fertility treatment is giving unconditional love, agape love, but this could also be argued that giving a home to another child is agape love as you are helping them. One example of a couple who want fertility treatment is the Abdullah family. ...read more.

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In this case, I think that they should not be allowed fertility treatment because the child will have neither the father's nor the mother's genes, meaning that the child is not theirs. Also because the couples is Muslim and Muslim religion teaches that if a child is conceived through fertility treatment it is illegitimate and so to the couple's family the baby will not be seen as part of their family, and that fertility treatment is completely against their religion. However, some Muslims may say that infertility is a disease which can be treated and so the treatment should be allowed. From a Muslims point of view, I think that the Abdullah family should not have the fertility treatment. ...read more.

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