Posted on Oct 5, 2014
PO3 Shaun Taylor
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It's another way to aide those who are having problems with fertility. If you knew somebody who was having problems conceiving would you be for or against this method?


http://www.iflscience.com/health-and-medicine/first-baby-born-womb-transplant
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PO3 Shaun Taylor, I heard an NPR report on this news story, and I think it's a great medical advance. I'm for it.

I think it's ironic that so many couples (/women) are desperate to have a baby, and so many others decide to end the lives of theirs by abortion. Wouldn't it be nice to be able to put those two problem sets together in some reasonable way and solve two problems at once?
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It sure would be nice CW5 (Join to see)
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PO3 Shaun Taylor It is pretty surprising and actually kind of a shock. I will have to read more.
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On one hand Inthink it is great that medical science has progressed to a point that this type of surgery is possible. On the other hand I don't see the need of it. Anti rejection meds along with the difficulties of child birth may make for unknown complications with some folks. In cases like this I would recommend adoption instead of surgery. There are a lot of kids out there who need loving parents.
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