Why do not we do experiments on embryos intended for abortion?

Updated on March 1, 2022 in Issues
2 on April 30, 2017

Why do not we do experiments on embryos intended for abortion?
I mean they’re going to die anyway, so we’d better find out more about ourselves as human, maybe even find a way to improve the next generation of humans

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0 on May 8, 2017

I totally agree with you about using embyos intended for abortion being used for experiment, but i see a problem here, embryos intended for abortion, are for obvious reasons inside a mother (who soon will not be) and the very fact that she has opted for abortion is that the kid is not required. for experiments, we’d have to keep the embryo in the womb (i suppose) which in turn is related to growth of the embryo in the womb, and maybe experiments on wombs can affect the woman. Again, i’m not sure if we can separate the mother and the embryo and still keep it alive for better understanding of human beings so, i really can’t take a side on this one.. but, it is indeed an amazing idea if we could implement it without any constraints.

 

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0 on March 1, 2022

It’s considered unethical. Also fetuses can feel pain and move away from the killing instruments. Some places administer pain killers.

It’s fated to die but you can’t just torture it in the mean time. It’s not ok.

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