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governments and hospitals do not want to pick winners and losers by forcing mothers to choose among different birth experiences. but if we realize that innovation in the baby business may ultimately come from solutions that can reduce cost and enhance quality, we may find consensus in a way that is compatible with the profound beliefs of many americans.
LS Magazine Issue 05 Supple Babies AVI 1.62G
the surgeon recovered most of his money and even paid a price for his renown, thanks to the media circus surrounding his experiment. using his story as a case study, the authors of putting prices where they belong explore alternative ways for pricing and dividing the costs of reproduction.
another story that appeared in the new yorker and the new republic has already been mentioned. the surgeon, in exchange for the wombs fertilization, had agreed to donate his embryo and allow his ex-wife to implant it in her womb. but the donor refused to promise to give the baby up for adoption. his ex-wife filed suit. the courts ruled in her favor, that she owned the baby and that she could decide who would take it.
too many authors speculate that religious beliefs might one day disappear as human culture evolves, only to end up reassuring contemporary readers that this will happen only after their deaths. meanwhile, writers in search of answers to today's questions sometimes offer themselves as authorities on the future. for example, would-be dragon slayers (houghton mifflin harcourt) is based on the premise that the dragons will win, because the adults of the future will get their act together before the end of the century.