Reproductive Technologies Create Ethical Issues

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The principle of justice demands medical professionals to be fair in their dealing with patients, colleagues and society. For example, health care providers must ensure fair distribution of scarce resources. Reproductive technologies create ethical issues because treatment isn’t available to everyone. Within this context, nonmedical cesarean sections can add more economic burden on already highly stressed medical system. As a result, the issue of cost must always be taken into consideration. Rising of cesarean sections may often require patients to stay longer in hospital and higher occupancy rate. In addition, the added costs of other procedures associated with this complication (MRI, transfusion and intensive care admission) raised questions

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