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  • Abortion: Most Controversial Issues In Our Society Today

    Abortion The topic of Abortion is one of the most controversial issues in our society today. Abortion is the deliberate termination of a human pregnancy, and the disagreement for and against abortion has caused hundreds of arguments and fights that have ended horribly, and some even in death. The reason why the topic of abortion has become such a big problem is because everyone has very different opinions. My personal opinion is that abortion should be legal for many reasons, a lot of people…

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  • The Ethics Of Prenatal Testing

    Charles Richardson BIO 150 M/W 2:00-3:15pm Prenatal Testing Writing Assignment #1 Dr. Deborah Curry Prenatal Testing In today’s society, it is extremely crucial that a well-educated person understands the advanced methods of prenatal testing, not only for their own future decisions regarding children of their own, but to form their own personal opinions on the ethical issues regarding prenatal testing. Pregnancy is an extremely delicate and memorable time for women and married couples.…

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  • Early Surgical Abortion Research Paper

    When mothers think about abortion, they only think about what would happen to the baby after the procedure. What many mothers do not think about is what could happen to them during and after these procedures take place. These procedures have had multiple mothers suffering from short and long term consequences. Mothers need to be informed on what is going to happen to their body and about the possible side effects they could endure afterwards. Abortion is a controversial topic because medical…

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  • What Is Abortion Morally Wrong

    Pro-choice is when you advocate for legalized abortion. The opposite of that is when you vote for pro-life. Pro-life is when you oppose abortion and euthanasia.(Google) I am in the middle of pro choice and pro life. As stated above I believe this isn’t just a heartfelt decision, but also a decision you should be making with your brain. Many people will bring up, bringing an unwanted child into the world is a crime, and forcing a woman to have a child against her will is morally wrong. Motherhood…

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  • Copper Iud Research Paper

    Introduction An intrauterine device (IUD) is a medical device that gets inserted into the uterus to prevent pregnancy. It is a small, T-shaped device that has one or two nylon strings hanging down from it. The strings hang out of the lower part of the uterus (cervix) to allow for future IUD removal. There are two types of IUDs available: Copper IUD. This type of IUD has copper wire wrapped around it. A copper IUD may last up to 10 years. Hormone IUD. This type of IUD is made of plastic and…

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  • The Legalization Of Abortion And Pro Life

    The topic of abortion is one of the most controversial subjects in America today. Up until 1973, abortion was illegal in the United States. It wasn’t until the historic case of Roe vs. Wade when abortion was finally legalized nationwide. In this landmark case, the Supreme Court ruled that any woman has the right to terminate her pregnancy. Since the legalization of abortion, religious and conservative political entities have pushed all their efforts to make the process of getting an abortion…

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  • Abortion Vs Selective Reduction Essay

    Selective reduction and saline abortion are sometimes confused. Even though they are both methods of abortion and they are similar in the way they abort the baby they are different. They do use the same procedure and have the same risks, however; selective reduction is more about aborting the number of kids you can’t take care of whereas saline abortion is “performed by injecting a chemical solution consisting of either saline, urea, or prostaglandin through the abdomen and into the amniotic…

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  • Planned Parenthood Abortion Case Study

    In December of 2015, a women living in Tennessee named Anna Yocca, age 31, attempted to abort her pregnancy in her own home using a wire coat-hanger. Since the pregnancy was 24 weeks along, which is just about the limit to which an abortion will be performed by a clinic, she is being charged with the attempted murder of her unborn child. There are not many details provided in the article about any possible circumstances surrounding the case and there is hardly anything written about the mother…

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  • Dr. Paul Ranalli's Arguments Against Abortion

    Dr. Paul Ranalli, neurologist, University of Toronto states that “at 20 weeks, the fetal brain has the full complement of brain cells present in adulthood, ready and waiting to receive pain signals from the body, and their electrical activity can be recorded by standard electroencephalography (EEG)” meaning pain can be experienced quite early by unborn babies, making fetal pain a harsh fact. Surgeons entering the womb to perform corrective procedures on tiny unborn babies have seen those babies…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Abortion In California

    Despite the significant factors mentioned above, opponents of the abortion procedure believe otherwise. They argue for keeping abortion in California in order for women to have a say about what they can do with their bodies and it would only do more good than harm. To validate their point, opponents argue that women have the right to choose whether they want to seek an abortion or not. By having that choice, abortion empowers women because it gives them control over their own bodies. Women’s…

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