Emily and Nathan,both in their mid-30s,want children but are experiencing infertility.Together,they earn a comfortable upper-middle class income.They and their physician have discussed several very expensive reproductive technologies.They have family members

Emily and Nathan,both in their mid-30s,want children but are experiencing infertility.Together,they earn a comfortable upper-middle class income.They and their physician have discussed several very expensive reproductive technologies.They have family members who are opposed to purchasing a service that may result in human life.According to the text,this scenario highlights what bioethical concern?
A) The children born of these technologies are considered state property.
B) The children born of these technologies are perceived as commodities.
C) Children born from reproductive technologies face social stigma.
D) Social supports for families who freeze fertilized eggs are dwindling.


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