• Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

Religion and Medical Issues Coursework Task For my GCSE coursework I am going to explain to you all the different available treatments for infertile

Extracts from this document...

Introduction

Religion and Medical Issues Coursework Task For my GCSE coursework I am going to explain to you all the different available treatments for infertile couples, and I am also going to look at some religious views towards this issue. For the second part of my coursework I am going to be looking at genetic engineering. The available treatments infertile couples have to try and conceive a baby are AID, AIH, IVF and Surrogacy. Artificial insemination by donor (AID) is where a donor's sperm is used to fertilise a woman's egg. Artificial insemination by husband (AIH) is when a woman's partner's sperm is placed in her uterus to fertilise an egg. In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is when an egg is taken from the mother's womb, fertilised in a test-tube and then placed in the womb to grow normally. Surrogacy is where a surrogate mother is one who agrees to carry and give birth to a baby for an infertile couple. Male infertility is called unfertile, and can be resolved by the treatment AID. ...read more.

Middle

In conclusion, I have found that infertility has many solutions, but they can cause problems in different religions. Transplant Surgery is where humans have their organs taken out of their body, and put into another. There are two types of Transplant Surgery, these are: 1 Transplants from a donor that is alive 2 Transplants from a donor that has died Transplants in which the donor is living A live donor transplant is where a person that is alive has surgery to get an organ removed from their body, and put into another person's body that is in desperate need of that organ. Having a live transplant limits the organs the person can donate. There are only two things a live donor can donate because they can just live on one of the two organs. These are the kidneys and a bone marrow transplant. To be successful when donating an organ, there must be a perfect match between recipient and donor. In the UK, it is illegal for someone to be paid to donate a kidney, although this sometimes happens in many Third World countries. ...read more.

Conclusion

Any interference with this amounts to interference with Gods plan. They don't even agree with it if people are suffering, because they believe that suffering is a valuable lesson. I agree with the Protestants as I think it is right to research human embryos, because at the end of the day it is going to help a lot of ill people with different illnesses. If you didn't do any research on human embryos, there wouldn't be as many cures for illnesses around these days and people would never get the cures they need. God made us all individuals, so I think that we should believe in what we want, and not what we are told. I also think that if researching embryos save people, then it is a good thing to use as you are saving not only one, but many people around the world. Overall I think that if people want to have infertility treatment, then people should let them and respect their choice, as after all it is their life and if they want children, then they should have the treatments. ?? ?? ?? ?? Danielle Meakin 10.5 ...read more.

The above preview is unformatted text

This student written piece of work is one of many that can be found in our GCSE Abortion and other medical issues section.

Found what you're looking for?

  • Start learning 29% faster today
  • 150,000+ documents available
  • Just £6.99 a month

Not the one? Search for your essay title...
  • Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

See related essaysSee related essays

Related GCSE Abortion and other medical issues essays

  1. Religion and Medical issues - fertility and transplants.

    In the bible, Jesus quotes "Love thy neighbours," which implying means treat others the way you wish to be treated. Most Christians believe that the heart is an essential part of an individual, which has been created by God. So, miss treating these organs would be seen as being disrespectful towards God.

  2. Explain why Religious people may have problems with transplant surgery?

    The belief originates from Christians who believe in resurrection, and that Saint Paul's words, that the body will be transformed and that the resurrection body will not need organs. Jesus told Christians that they should love their neighbor and treat others as they would like to be treated.

  1. Free essay

    Fertility Treatments

    It is well known that some wealthier 1st world citizens would be more than willing to exploit uneducated, 3rd world citizens to save themselves. This is known as the black market. The people in Africa may not be well educated and therefore do not realise that it is dangerous.

  2. abortion coursework

    The time limit was changed in line with the perceived viability of a foetus. The law doesn't legalise abortions, it gives a legal defence for those having them. Abortions can legally be performed under certain conditions, like if continuing with the pregnancy could lead to the damaging of physical or

  1. Coursework H: Medical Issues

    In addition to their beliefs about the marriage union and artificial insemination, Catholics also believe that the demands of science cannot have priority over humans because of their beliefs in the sanctity of life as well as human rights issues.

  2. Explain the attitudes of Christianity and one other faith to the treatments available for ...

    Muslims accept AIH and IVF as long as absolute security is maintained. As the egg/sperm is from the couple they have no issue about where fertilisation takes place. It was said in Article of Islamic Acts by Imam Al-Khoei Muslims that "Making the semen of a husband reach the womb

  1. Medical Ethics Coursework - Genetic Engineering arguments

    Another reason as to why some Christians may agree to genetic engineering is because by discovering new solutions and utilizing information we already now to improve human life we are doing nothing different as to the research of drugs. Genetic engineering is commonly mistaken for cloning, which is creating a

  2. Christian views on abortion, IVF and animal research.

    Indirect euthanasia. This involves the use of something to cause death. To cause the persons death is the direct intention of the treatment. Passive euthanasia. This is when another person makes the decision that someone who is very ill should die.

  • Over 160,000 pieces
    of student written work
  • Annotated by
    experienced teachers
  • Ideas and feedback to
    improve your own work