Ethical Dilemma Of Substance Abuse
The woman can choose to use these harmful substances while pregnant and show a total disregard to the growing bundle of cells in her uterus. The effects substance abuse has on any human being can be life threatening. The effect substance abuse has on a developing human can be even more detrimental. Substance abuse during pregnancy is a topic that is greatly debated. The rights of the newborn and the mother oppose each other. The debate will continue as long as the issues of women’s rights, the right of the unborn and the welfare of the new child are …show more content…
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