The body parts and organs that were named have been successful in treating the patient’s condition. Discuss whether or not these artificial organs can permanently replace the original human organ. I believe in this day and time, that completely ruling out regular transplant would not be fair because there are so many people waiting for a transplant. I feel as though artificial organs cannot permanently take the place of original human organs because a patient might not react as well to an original human organ rather than an artificial one. My theory also is that eventually people will start bidding on artificial organs and the richer people will have say over a family that doesn't have a lot of money.
Pro Choice A topic that is very controversial in today’s American society is whether or not abortions and stem cell research should be legal or not. There are more facts that prove these topics should be legal. The 9th Amendment states the American’s right of pro choice. Abortion should be kept legal because there are many reasons why the mother should not have the baby. Also because abortions are legal then stem cell research should be made legal because if a fetus is already killed then it can still be put to good scientific research and possibly help another human being.
Technology is especially a plus in large communities verses smaller communities because there are more people living there. Large communities use many different types of technologies on an everyday basis. Technology is a significant factor in our life that maximizes organization and keeps everything running smoothly. Large communities such as New York, Chicago, and New Orleans are the types of communities that need more technology than other places because they move faster and there are more people. Technology has upgraded in many ways to accommodate these large communities.
Selective reduction is the process of voluntarily terminating one or more fetuses in a multi-fetal pregnancy in order to increase the likelihood of a successful and viable birth. The procedure is used to manage multiple pregnancies that result from fertility treatments such as IVF and also some naturally occurring multi-fetal pregnancies. This procedure was developed in the 1980’s by Dr. Mark Evans (Evans & Britt, 2010). This is a controversial topic to many people who classify this action as abortion. Abortion is the termination of the entire pregnancy yet selective reduction is performed to improve the survival rate of the remaining fetuses and also the mother.
Hundred years ago, women who are pregnant do not have their choice. All pregnant women should deliver their babies, even though it was commited by rape. However, aboration, thanks to the development in medical technology, could be one possible solution for them. Although it is considered as a murder if we abide by the traditional laws, flexible laws in our current society allow women to do a abortion. With flexible laws, women could make their own choice to have their babies.
Conclusion Birth Control Funding Contraception is the use of various devices to prevent pregnancy. People today believe that the only contraception out there is condoms. They are not aware of the different birth controls out there and that is mainly because they can’t afford it and it’s not covered in their health insurance. Health companies should be more reliable and they should cover their customers better. Health companies should provide coverage for Birth Control because it will make it more affordable for women to obtain Birth Control, it helps prevent illnesses but the unborn are threatened.
By this time the baby can surely feel pain. There are also many future medical issues that abortion can cause. It can increase chances of miscarriages. "A June 2003 study published by the peer-reviewed International Journal of Epidemiology estimated that about 15% of first-trimester miscarriages are attributed to a prior histroy of induced abortion" (ProCon 4). Not only can it cause physical medical issues, it can cause psycholgical issues too.
We have come to prosper in this industrialized world we live in, and have reaped countless benefits from science and technology. Yet, from the post-Enlightenment emphasis on science and reason to the women’s movement, the nurse’s efforts to elevate nursing practice to the status of profession and to prove herself intellectual among the scientifically practicing physician, has nearly drown the historical spiritual intentions of nursing. Somehow, during the shifts in our culture and our society, we came to believe (in the world of medicine) that spirit was something to be avoided because science and reason could not explain it. Opportunely, we are on the brink of a shift in paradigm. Healthcare seems to be returning to a more holistic and integrated view of humans.
Should same sex couples have access to the benefits of fertility treatment? This question is important as fertility treatment, such as IVF and AID, is already readily available around the world to everyone, but is this wrong, should same sex couples be allowed the benefits of fertility treatment? I believe yes in some cases, same sex couple could save the benefits of fertility treatment; some may say it is unnatural for same sex couples to have children, Thomas Aquinas said that the ‘truth is revealed through nature’, this is a valid point as human where built as two different sexes with two different organs of reproduction to procreate .There is a purpose to different sexes and by nature the two different sexes where made to procreate with each other, thus making, by nature, our telos to procreate but does it matter, which way we achieve it? If our telos is to procreate it doesn’t matter how it’s achieved, whether it is between two of the same sex or two of different sex fertility treatment just gives those of the same sex a better chance to have children, most churches except methods such as AIH as long as it does not replace sex in marriage and does not break the sanctity of marriage, some may say a donor who gives sperm breaks this sanctity, but decisions like this are usually made between the couple where ,and like marriage, the decision is made consensually so it shouldn’t break the sanctity of marriage. If we have these advances why should we be stopped by these old fashions views about medical ethics, views mostly brought around by religion, or maybe these view are warnings we are taking our advances to far without that voice of reason what would we do?
With modern medical technology doctors can know if the fetus has any major defects in which occasion the fetus can be aborted. Low income is when people have little or no money coming into the home. To care for a child is very expensive you need to buy pampers, milk, formula's, clothes, powder, cream, soap, towels, cribs and if you are working you need to pay for a baby sitter. Many groups such as such as the Catholic Church view abortion as murder. They quote certain scriptures from the bible