New Zealand controversy over new fertility treatment

Hope for inertile women in New Zealand

Fertility Treatment Controversy

A controversy is brewing in New Zealand over a groundbreaking fertility treatment that is being considered there. The treatment involves implanting donated sperm and donated eggs into the hopeful, prospective mother.

On the opposing side is the Catholic Church, among others, who disagree with the procedure on ethical and moral grounds.

The Government’s Advisory Committee on Assisted Reproductive Technology (ACART) has recommended approving the procedure arguing that it would benefit infertile couples and single infertile parents.

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