Embryos Implant Legal Issues

| January 31, 2014

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In January 2009 Nadya Suleiman gave birth to octuplets at a Kaiser Permanente facility in Bellflower, California. When news of the birth first came out there was great excitement and anticipation about the mother and the family. As more information surfaced about the facts of the case; in particular, the artificial insemination of embryos and Ms. Sulema’s history, the excitement among many turned to anger and wonderment of how Ms. Suleiman could have 14 children given her lack of fiscal means. Without delving into the legal aspects of the case, discuss the ethical implications by applying the theories and principles to this case. Task: 1. Discuss whether the doctor was wrong to implant the embryos.
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