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IVF should be made available to any woman who requests it no matter what her marital status or gender preference IVF or In Vitro Fertilisation is the process where a human egg is fertilised and cultured outside of the human body and then the embryo is introduced into the uterus It is a process that is used to treat infertility in women and at the moment New South Wales has no legislation controlling access to IVF treatment Its anti discrimination act means that no-one can be denied treatment because of their marital status or gender preference In my writing my arguments are going to be against the statement that IVF should be made available to any woman who requests it no matter what her marital status or gender preference These arguments include The Rights of the Child lack of resources lifestyle choice and costs to the government after the baby is born The first argument in my case is that of The Rights of the Child Dr John Fleming the director of the Southern Cross Bioethics Institute in Adelaide says that fertility treatment should not be made available to single women or lesbian couples as it was against the Childrens Rights treaty This comes from the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child which says a child has a right to a mother and a father Under the convention to which Australia was a signatory children had a fundamental right to be cared for by both parents No matter how much the parent or parents love the child and want to do for the child they must still fall within the Rights of the Child If a child only has a woman or two women for parents then they would not only be deprived of a father but also a full identity They would grow up without a fatherly figure and
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