As technology infiltrates every aspect of our lives, the future of reproductive technology becomes increasingly tied to ethics and moral obligation.In an environment akin to Aldous Huxley's novel, Brave New World, and where genetics make up only 20-30% of who we are as individuals, is it unethical not to choose?
- Technology has allowed us to decouple sex and reproduction.
- What is considered a disease as opposed to a trait is increasingly blurred. This will continue to push our ethical boundaries.
- The ethics of 'designer genetics' are contentious. Whilst selection to eliminate disease is now accepted, aesthetic screening is not. This disparity has sparked a shift in our understanding of biological reproductive limitations.
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