Ethical Issues in the Use of Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis

Peter I. Osuji


It is a fact that medical technology is improving a lot regarding the quality of life of the contemporary man. The improvement generates further enthusiasm in research and creativity in general. But it is equally a fact that medical technology raises worrisome concerns in respect of human dignity, the seeming deification of machines, conventional moral values, etc. One of these concerns is the focus of this article, namely, the ethical appropriateness of creating leukocyte Antigen that matches donor child for the treating of fanconi Anemia.

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