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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 PROS GENETIC BABIES start from scratch[clears the canvas] - Increases human life span up to 30 years.- Prevents genetic diseases (Down syndrome, Alzheimer's etc.)- Keeps up with modern technology- Allows parents to give their child a healthy life.- Reduces the risk of inherited medical conditions: obesity, anemia, diabetes, cancer etc.- Parents set their own limits for genetically engineering their baby.- With more clinical trials and experimentation to get rid of a majority of the problems, it has the potential to being very promising. During the embryo stage, parents can change their future offsprings appearances such as: hair color, hair structure, eye color, skin tone, and loudness of the child as well.Which eventually, would create the "designer/genetic baby". CONS - This use of technology isn't 100% safe yet.- Could create a gap in society. Designer babies would most likely be better looking, smarter, etc. Also it could create "classes" between designer and non-designer babies.- A baby cannot consent to having its body altered.- If the process isn't done carefully the embryo could be accidentally terminated.- The procedure isn't cheap. INFORMATION - In the mid-1900s, Jacques Cohen created a new and promising technique, known as cytoplasmic transfer. It was intended to "rescue" the eggs of infertile women who had undergone unsuccessful attempts in IVF (In Vitro Fertilization).- During the year of 1997, a baby was conceived through cytoplasmic transfer. Cohen's group later noted that theirexperiement was "The first case of human [inheritable] genetic modification resulting in normal, healthy children." - February 3rd, 2015: United Kingdom's House of Commons voted to allow British Researchers to pursue a new fertility treatmentthat could eventually prevent different types of genetic diseases. RECENT
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