Adoption Vs Abortion Case Study

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While the fetus is developing in the incubator/large container, if it has the same physical and psychological aspects as it would while in the mother’s womb, some of the issues against abortion may be eliminated. The concern anti-abortionists have with eliminating the fetus may no longer be. The women who prefer an abortion, still have that option, but they will not be killing the fetus. Anti-abortionists would prefer the incubator/large container method over an abortion because you are not killing a fetus. Many babies would be given a future that they may not have been given prior to the incubator/large container option. The anti-abortionists belief that the fetus is a human being from the point of conception, may be eliminated. Viability will no longer be a point that could be questioned because no…show more content…
What happens once the fetus is born? Will they put the child up for adoption? In addition, while the fetus is in incubation, medical care will be necessary. If these children are being put into foster care or orphanages, is it necessarily better to use this process? Foster care does not always give children a better life. Having these children living in foster care would only cause more children to be added to the system for adoption. Thus, leaving more children hoping to someday find a family. Statistics from the Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS) data for FY 2014 announced, 415,129 children were in foster care on September 30th, 2014, a 4% increase from 2012 (The AFCARS). Children moving from foster home to foster home does not give them the opportunity to a better life. Continuously moving homes, does not give children the stability and family atmosphere that they should be given. From the start the incubator/ large container, may solve the abortion debate, nonetheless, as it continues throughout the years, it would only raise more problems for these
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