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    I have learnt about IVF in school and my question to you is do you think it should be free?

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    The first try is free apparently many people do not get cancer treatment because there is no funding also there are children in care homes as well as it does not matter whether a child is biologically yours or someone elses. Having a children is a choice not a right and you do not need to have children there are many ways of having a fulfiling life.

    What is your opinion?
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    wow. Does this even need to be debated about? Isn't the answer obvious...?
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    (Original post by Maria1812)
    I have learnt about IVF in school and my question to you is do you think it should be free?

    My opinion:

    The first try is free apparently many people do not get cancer treatment because there is no funding also there are children in care homes as well as it does not matter whether a child is biologically yours or someone elses. Having a children is a choice not a right and you do not need to have children there are many ways of having a fulfiling life.

    What is your opinion?
    Nope, it shouldn't be free. If you can't have children naturally you should adopt instead (or pay for IVF yourself I guess).
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    (Original post by DeadGirlsDance)
    Nope, it shouldn't be free. If you can't have children naturally you should adopt instead (or pay for IVF yourself I guess).
    I disagree. Not everybody has the ability to reproduce offspring naturally and they shouldn't be penalised because of that. Instead they should be encouraged to pursue such treatment
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    (Original post by Magnus Taylor)
    I disagree. Not everybody has the ability to reproduce offspring naturally and they shouldn't be penalised because of that. Instead they should be encouraged to pursue such treatment
    Its not penaliseing people its allowed but its expensive and the nhs budget could be spent on things more important such as to train more docotrs or do something so people can get cancer treatment earlier to life saving operations and ivf well is not something between life and death and if someone can't afford it then they maybe cannot afford a child
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    (Original post by Maria1812)
    Its not penaliseing people its allowed but its expensive and the nhs budget could be spent on things more important such as to train more docotrs or do something so people can get cancer treatment earlier to life saving operations and ivf well is not something between life and death and if someone can't afford it then they maybe cannot afford a child
    That's ridiculously unfair to say.
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    (Original post by Magnus Taylor)
    That's ridiculously unfair to say.
    How there is no need to have children they ar ridiculously expensive.
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    (Original post by Maria1812)
    How there is no need to have children they ar ridiculously expensive.
    By that logic you would be condemning the human race to inevitably dying out
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    (Original post by Magnus Taylor)
    By that logic you would be condemning the human race to inevitably dying out
    If we will die out then we will I am thankful to be alive everything happens for a reason God perhaps made people infertile so they would adopt instead
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    It shouldn't be free. If it ever is, it should be when there are no orphans running around.
 
 
 
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